These bold ‘shotgun wedding’ inspired ties are perfect for your next black tie event

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Men’s clothing brand Tie Bar has partnered with Prime Video to design an exclusive capsule collection inspired by “Shotgun Wedding,” the star-studded rom-com action movie coming to Prime Video on January 27.

The limited-edition 10-piece collection is filled with brightly colored ties and bold prints, plus other stylish accessories like cufflinks, stud sets, socks and pocket squares, all of which make the perfect attire for a destination wedding like the one in the Jason Moore movie (minus the gunman and the whole hostage situation).

Fun pieces from the collection include a dark teal tie designed with cocktail and pineapple illustrations, a vibrant floral print pocket square, and a sage green tie with a palm tree design. More understated people might like the black and white polka dot socks and pocket square, or this lovely tan British jacket.

The film stars Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel as Darcy and Tom, a couple who gather their friends and family for a destination wedding in the Philippines, but the elegant wedding is derailed when a group of pirates seeking ransom crash the ceremony. Jennifer Coolidge, Lenny Kravitz and Callie Hernandez also star in the genre-changing game.

Stream “Shotgun Wedding” on Prime Video starting January 27 and shop the entire Tie Bar collection on his website starting today. Check out some of the best pieces below:

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Pineapple Paradise Dark Teal Tie

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Pineapple Paradise Dark Teal Tie $25 Buy now

Say I Do Dots Black Pocket Square

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Say I Do Dots Black Pocket Square $14 Buy now

British brown jacket The Cotton Miracle

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British brown jacket The Cotton Miracle $165 Buy now

Say I Do Black Dress Socks

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Say I Do Black Dress Socks $10 Buy now

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