bow ties a few times over the years, but never anything quite as garish as the one in the picture. I'm hard pressed to think what colour clothing would go with it. A dark suit would become almost invisible, and anything that matched it in any way would rather defeat the purpose of the formality of the tie.
I'm assuming formality, because I don't know anyone who wears a bow tie in the normal day. Except University professors in the movies. They often seemed to wind up with them, though I'm sure it's not part of their uniform, but it appears that those who do clothing design for movies think it is.
I've got a couple of bow ties that I've acquired somehow, but 99% of the time they sit in the drawer neglected. The occasions for wearing them are few and far between these days. I can't even think what I would have last worn them for, in fact. Possibly some show where I was playing the piano; nowadays I just wear an ordinary tie - ordinary in the sense of it being your regular tie; not ordinary in the sense of design because I have one that has The Scream on it, and a couple that have piano keyboards on them. Why wear a tie if it's going to be boring? I really only wear them now when I accompany singers somewhere. I haven't worn a tie to work since I don't know when.... I certainly never wore one to the bookshop after the first day or so, because my then boss didn't think there was any reason to. And I've never worn one to work since.
Ties, like other things that seem to have been around forever, are going the way of the dodo for most of us.
I remember some writer on one of the Triond sites berating men for wearing a noose around their necks. Of course women have never worn anything equivalent, like corsets, or bustles or high heels. Give me a loose noose anyday over the strain of wearing shoes that break my back....