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How to tie a tie?

How to tie a tie?

Many men in our society don’t know how to tie a tie. But don’t be concerned you’ve got come to the proper place. There are a few ways to tie a tie. Certain necktie knots ought to be used with certain tie fabric materials and shirt collars to get the best result for your appearance. Below three classic necktie knots are shown that every man should know and give you guidance when you should use them.

How To Tie The Four-In-Hand Tie Knot:

The Four-In-Hand Tie Knot is also known as a simple knot or schoolboy knot, due to its simplicity and style. This is the most widely used tie knot because it is so easy to tie. If your tie is made of heavier materials, then it is a very good tie knot to use. It looks very decent with smaller spread collars.

  • First of all, drape the tie around your neck. The broad end should extend about twelve inches below the narrow end of the tie. Cross the wide portion of the tie over the narrow end.
  • Turn the broad end back underneath the narrow end.
  • Proceed to wrap the broad end around the narrow end by bringing it across the front of the narrow end once more.
  • Drag the broad end through the back of the loop.
  • Hold the front of the tie knot with your forefinger and bring the broad end down through the front knot.
  • Fix or tighten the knot carefully by holding the narrow end and sliding the knot up. Centre the knot.

How To Tie The Full -Windsor Tie Knot:

If you want a tie that knot make you fell like a big legend, then, the Windsor Knot is the one to do it. The Windsor knot is also known by the names double Windsor and Full Windsor.

  • First of all, drape the tie around your neck. The broad end should extend about twelve inches below the narrow end of the tie. Cross the wide portion of the tie over the narrow end.
  • Bring the broad end of the tie-up through the gap or hole between your tie or collar.  At that point drag it down toward the front.
  • Bring the broad end behind the narrow end and to the right.
  • Drag the broad end back through the loop or circle once more. You ought to have a triangle now where the tie knot will be.
  • Wrap the broad end around the triangle by pulling the broad end from right to left.
  • Bring the broad end up through the loop or circle third time.
  • Drag the broad end through the knot in front.
  • Make sure to tighten the knot and centre it with both hands.

How To Tie The Half-Windsor Tie Knot:

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