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11 Styles Of Men's Tie Make You Handsome To A New Height Part 1

Feb 24, 2020

11 styles of men's tie make you handsome to a new height

The tie is an important part of fashion. It fully demonstrates the rich connotation of clothing accessories - calm, elegant, decent, and makes the best image annotation for the unique and deep inner world of men. Therefore, despite the rapid development of human civilization and the constant updating of aesthetic fashion, tie has always been favored and respected by men with its unique soul and personality. Next, we will talk about the conventional and innovative tie playing.


Part 1 Routine Tie Wearing Method

Flat knot

Flat knot is one of the most popular tie styles for men. It can also be said to be the most classic tie style. Simple style, very convenient, bow tie oblique triangle, suitable for narrow-necked shirts.

In the first step, the right hand holds the wide end (hereinafter referred to as the big end) and the left hand holds the narrow end (hereinafter referred to as the small end). Big end in front, small end in back, overlapping.

The second step is to wrap the big end behind the small end.

The third step is to continue turning the front end from the right hand side to the left hand side and forming a ring.

Step 4: Turn the big end under the tie knot and pull it out of the neckline position.

The fifth step is to insert the end into the previously formed ring and tighten it.

Step 6: Complete.

Tip: The holes formed under the bow tie need to be even on both sides and set against each other.


2. Windsor Knot

Windsor knot Windsor knot is generally used in business, politics and other special occasions. Very beautiful, belongs to the typical British style, its steps in the most commonly used tie is also the most complex. Suitable for wide-necked shirts, the tie should be more horizontal development. A tie of too thick material should be avoided and a tie should not be too big.

1. The wide end (hereinafter referred to as the big end) is on the left and the narrow end (hereinafter referred to as the small end) is on the right. The large end is in the front and the small end is in the back.

2. The large end is folded upward from the inside and pulled out from the triangle area of the neckline.

3. Continue to turn the big end to the left, that is, the big end revolves around the small end.

4. Turn the big end from inside to right.

5. Rotate around the small end on the right as on the left.

6. Clean up the skeleton and tighten it.

7. Turn from the front to the left and form a ring.

8. Eventually, turn the large end out of the medial part of the middle area.

9. Tighten the tie and finish.

The Half Windsor

A half Windsor knot makes men look more graceful and confident. Semi-Windsor knot is a kind of more romantic tie style, which is more solemn than the oblique triangle of the quadruplex knot. The knot is slightly wider than the quadruplex knot. It is suitable for any occasion. Among many shirt collars, it is the most perfect match with the standard collar. If it is leisure time, with thick material tied semi-Windsor collar, can highlight a casual and unruly.

1. The wide end (hereinafter referred to as the big end) is on the left and the narrow end (hereinafter referred to as the small end) is on the right. The large end is in the front and the small end is in the back.

2. Turn the big end inward.

3. Flip the big end out of the right and up.

4. Rotate the big end around the small end.

5. tighten up.

6. Turn the big end to the left and form a ring.

7. Turn the triangular area from the inside to the neckline.

8. Knot and tie.


Pratt Knot

Compared with other basic knotting methods, the Pratt knot is characterized by the back side of the tie facing outwards when it begins to knot. This has the advantage of reducing a winding step. The bow knot has the shape of a Windsor knot, but is smaller and more beautiful than the Windsor knot.

1. The wide end (later referred to as the big end) is on the left, the narrow end (later referred to as the small end) is on the right, the big end is in the back, the small end is in the front, overlapping. Pay attention to the necktie facing outward on the opposite side.

2. As shown by the arrow, from outside to inside, turn the big end to the area where they intersect.

3. Pull the big end out of the left, that is, the big end circles around the small end and returns to its original position.

4. Then turn the big end parallel to the right.

5. A triangular area that flips from the inside to the neckline. The tie knot has a ring on its surface.

6. Knot and tie.