Friday, August 3, 2018

HOW To TIE The MOST POPULAR TIE KNOTS!!!


You say you have an upcoming event that requires for you to wear a tie, or; you just want to sport some nice neckwear for an upcoming gathering, but; you need some help with your tie-tying technique???

No Sweat, my friend.

Courtesy of the truly wonderful folks over at ESQUIRE Magazine, here is a step-by-step primer on
HOW To TIE The MOST POPULAR TIE KNOTS:



Slender without being skinny, the four in hand is the knot most commonly used. It's also quite a bit simpler than the Windsor knots and will look good in basically every non-tuxedo situation.






A classic knot, and one of the most common, this knot is a favorite of style icons like Sean Connery's James Bond and Tom Ford. Wear it with a more traditionally tailored, non-skinny suit and tie combo. It's also a good knot to use with a spread collar.



The simple knot is exactly that: simple. It's the way to go if you want a really small knot, sort of a 1940s style. And it's also the knot to use with a skinny tie. Just keep in mind, if you wear a skinny tie, make sure to wear a skinny suit. You shouldn't have a lapel width thicker than two inches at the absolute most.


Bow ties are actually not that hard to tie, and self-tied look a hell of a lot better than pre-tied. Especially if you're wearing it with a tux. Put it this way: James Bond wouldn't go near a pre-tied bow tie, and who in this world looks better in a tux?


-CCG

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