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How to tie a tie

Full Windsor

    Steps


  1. Place the wide end of the tie so it hangs about 12 inches longer than the narrow end.
  2. Cross wide end over narrow
  3. Wrap wide end over narrow again. Bring up behind narrow, on your right.
  4. Flip up over narrow. Pull down through loop, and across narrow below knot.
  5. Pass under narrow and up through loop.
  6. Slip wide end through knot and snug up to collar.


Four in Hand

    Steps

  1. Place the wide end of the tie so it hangs about 12 inches longer than the narrow end.
  2. Cross wide end over narrow, turn hack underneath.
  3. Wrap wide end around the front of the narrow
  4. Flip up under narrow and through loop.
  5. Hold knot loosely; slip wide end through knot.
  6. Snug up the collar, centering dimple


Half Windsor

    Steps

  1. Place the wide end of the tie so it hangs about 12 inches longer than the narrow end.
  2. Cross wide end over narrow, turn back underneath.
  3. Flip up through loop and pull down.
  4. Cross wide end over narrow.
  5. Pass under narrow and up through loop.
  6. Slip wide end through knot and snug up to collar.


Prot Knot

    Steps

  1. Have the tie inside out and the wide end resting under the narrow.
  2. Wrap wide and over the narrow tail so the correct side is facing out.
  3. Use your index finger to hold the side of the wide end where the knot will be.
  4. Wrap wide end around the forming knot again.
  5. Pull the wide end under the narrow portion at the neck.
  6. Slip wide end behind the knot and snug up to collar.


Cross Knot

    Steps

  1. Cross wide end over and around narrow.
  2. Wrap wide end through the neck and back around.
  3. Wrap wide end around the entire forming knot.
  4. Wrap wide end around the knot again and pull up through the neck.
  5. Slip wide end down through the just created double wrap front loop.
  6. Draw the knot tight, making sure that the double wrapping remains visible.