Most men use one tie knot their entire lives.
You could say it’s because we’re creatures of habit – that we’re boring – that we don’t like to experiment & try new things.
Well, I think that’s a bunch of BS.
No, I think most of us tie one necktie knot as we don’t have an easy guide showing us why & how to experiment with others ways to tie a tie.
Well now you do!
Here are 18 very clear & succinct diagrams showing you how to tie various necktie knots for work & casual wear.
The Knots listed are:
- Four-In-Hand Knot
- Half Windsor Knot
- Full Windsor Knot
- Nicky Knot
- Bow-Tie Knot
- Kelvin Knot
- Oriental Knot
- Pratt Knot
- St Andrew Knot
- Balthus Knot
- Hanover Knot
- Plattsburgh Knot
- Grantchester Knot
- Victoria Knot
- Cafe Knot
- Eldredge Knot
- Trinity Knot
- Christensen Knot
Also – note that we give the features of each. How common is the tie knot, difficulty to tie, knot size, and knot shape.
Curious – What’s your favorite knot? Let me know in the comments below!
Now that you know how to tie a tie, here’s an article on the 9 Necktie Styles Every Man Should Own.
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