Have you graduated beyond the clip-on tie? Beginning with these helpful instructions, a sharp-looking tie, a mirror, and some patience, you can become an expert in tying your own fashionable knot. You have several options available, from the versatile Four-in-Hand Knot to the classic Windsor.
Here are three really bizarre but mesmerizing ways you can tie your tie, that will make you look like a real pro.
Start with the tie on a flat surface and make each end circle around and point in opposite directions – the front of the tie pointing down and the back of the tie pointing up.
The roll the circle that is pointing up all the way around and pull the other loop to lay over it.
Bring the end that is pointing up back down through the hole and pulls it snug.
Start by laying the tie over your hand and then wrapping the tie around your hand another time.
Wrap it around one more time, this time on a diagonal angle towards your thumb. Pull the other loop out and off your hand, pushing it back over the other loops.
Pull tight to secure.
Wrap the tie once and then lay it back on two fingers.
Then take the hanging end and rotate it around and put it on top of your fingers, covering the other loops.
Pull the other end through the center of the loop and pull tight.