Don’t Know How to Tie a Tie?
Tying a tie can be a real task sometimes, especially when you’ve just learned it or maybe you’re trying to learn it. A tie is an essential part of attitude from the formal category in clothing; it’s something we can never really get rid of and sometimes it’s just mandatory to get that whole formal or the suave look.
Some people are good at tieing a tie; others are just too bad at finding the right mode of doing this task.
Yes, they exist!
Anyway, there are various types of knots you can follow when you’re tying a neck tie. The foremost and the most basic type of knot is the Windsor Tie followed by the Half Windsor and the Four in Hand Knot.
We second that you could easily tie your necktie using the following methods in less than 47 seconds if you’re doing it right.
47 Seconds Solution to Tie a Tie Easily for Beginners
Follow these simple steps to know how to tie a tie absolutely like a pro.
We would recommend you to try all the 3 knots and follow the one that suits with you better.
1. Windsor Knot Goes Great with Suits and Spread Collars
Step 1 – Once you’ve put the tie around your collar make sure that the wide end is extended and should be placed cross wide over the narrow end.
Step 2 and 3- The wide end of the tie now should be brought up through the loop between the collar and the tie should be brought back down.
Step 4 and 5- The wide end should now be pulled underneath the narrow end, towards the left and then back through the loop again.
Step 6- The wide end should now be brought to the front from the left towards the right.
Step 7- Now the wide end should be pulled upwards through the loop again, respectively.
Step 8 and 9- The wide end should be brought down now via the knot in the front. With the help of both hands, tighten the knot very carefully and draw it up to the collar.
2. Half Windsor Knot Works Well with Just Any Shirt
Step 1- The wide end of the tie should be extended and should be put cross wide over the narrow end.
Step 2- Now, the wide end should be brought up, around and behind the narrow end.
Step 3- Let the initial end worn upwards.
Step 4- The wide end should be pulled upwards via the loop and brought to the front end. It should be placed exactly over the narrow end from the left side towards the right. The wide end should be brought up again through the loop.
Step 5- Again, the wide end should be brought down through the front knot. Now using both the hands tighten the knot and draw it up towards the collar.
3. The Four in Hand Knot
Step 1- The wide end of the tie should be extended and put cross wide over the narrow end.
Step 2- The same end should be brought up, around and behind the narrow end.
Step 3- Keep the wide end in front of the narrow end.
Step 4- The wide end should be pulled upwards, through the loop around the neck. The front knot should be held loosely, and the full end could be easily brought down via the front loop.
Step 5- Tighten the knot carefully towards the collar by holding the narrow end and smoothly sliding up the final knot.
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