5 Ways To Tie A Necktie

1. The Four-in-Hand Knot: This is a classic, simple knot that is appropriate for most occasions. To tie the Four-in-Hand Knot, start by draping the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left. Cross the wide end over the narrow end, then bring it up and over the knot that is forming. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming and tighten the knot by pulling on the narrow end.

 

2. The Half Windsor Knot: This is a slightly more formal knot that is appropriate for business and formal occasions. To tie the Half Windsor Knot, start by draping the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left. Cross the wide end over the narrow end, then bring it up and over the knot that is forming. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a second time and tighten the knot by pulling on the narrow end.

 

3. The Full Windsor Knot: This is the most formal of all the knots and is perfect for weddings, job interviews and other important events. To tie the Full Windsor Knot, start by draping the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left. Cross the wide end over the narrow end and bring it up and over the knot that is forming. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming, then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a second time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a third time and tighten the knot by pulling on the narrow end.

 

4. The Pratt Knot: This is a versatile knot that is appropriate for most occasions. To tie the Pratt Knot, start by draping the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left. Cross the wide end over the narrow end and bring it up and over the knot that is forming. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming, then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a second time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a third time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a fourth time and tighten the knot by pulling on the narrow end.

 

5. The Bow Tie Knot: This is a classic knot that is perfect for formal occasions. To tie the Bow Tie Knot, start by draping the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left. Cross the wide end over the narrow end and bring it up and over the knot that is forming. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming, then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a second time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a third time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a fourth time and then bring it up again and over the knot. Bring the wide end down through the loop that is forming for a fifth time and tighten the knot by pulling on the narrow end.

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