1. Four in Hand
The four-in-hand knot is one of the easiest knots to learn and works well with suits that have a narrow collar.
You’ll start by putting the wide end of the fabric on your right side and the narrow end on the left side.
- Then, cross the wide end over the top of the narrow end.
- Take the wide end and bring it over from right to left.
- You’ll put the wide end under the knot that is formed in the center.
- Take the wide end and push it through the loop in the front.
- Make sure the knot you have formed is tightened.
- Pull down on the narrow end and pull up the knot to your collar.
A Windsor can be tied in several different ways. Here’s a common way that men tie a Windsor knot:
Put the wide end of the tie on the right side of your body and the narrow end on the left side.
- Pull the wide end over the narrow end.
- Pull the wide end under the narrow side and pull to your right side.
- Then, take the wide end and under the narrow end from the right side to the left side.
- Grab the wide end and pull it up to the center of your body.
- Take the wide side under the knot from the center of your body to the right.
- Pull the wide side across the front to the left side of your body.
- Push the wide end through the loop in the center of your body and make sure the knot is tight.
- Pull the narrow end down and push the knot up until you reach your collar.
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