Neckties come in an almost endless array of colors and designs. They are a great way to accessorize for a male ,but are also a quick addition to a suit that takes you from business casual to full corporate or formal dress in just a few minutes. Well, just as long as you know how to tie one.
Tying a knot for your necktie is something of a lost art these days, but it's one that everybody should know. Below we are going to take you through the four most classic knots so you can go from everyday to elegant in just a few short moments.
This is a simpler variation of the above method, which still looks nice, albeit slightly less formal and impressive. If you don't have a longer tie to work with, then this knot is a good choice. You can check out the attached illustration to make the Half Windsor Knot even easier.
The bow tie is usually paired with a tuxedo and is required specifically for certain occasions. The bow tie is also one of the hardest to perform. Read on below to find out how to knot your own bow tie.
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