Hi, everyone, welcome. This is Sean and this is a VisiHow video about how to tie a tie. I will be showing off two different types of knots in this video: the Four-in-Hand Knot, which is really simple and easy to do, and the Half Windsor Knot. I will be showing video demonstrations of this.
That worked well, and got the length right. It's right about to my belt, maybe a little longer than I wanted but that's okay. Just pull down the collar and you're good to go. That was the Four-in-Hand knot, which is very simple. We're going to use some of those things in the Half Windsor knot.
This is going to have some of the same parts as the Four-in-Hand. Once again, you're going to mess with the length of the thin end of the tie to see how long you want to make your tie. Except this one will work a little differently because it needs more slack.
Make sure you don't mess up the thin end while you're doing that, because that can unravel the whole thing while you're doing that. If you let go, it all falls apart since you've only wrapped it around once and it's pretty fragile.
Just remember that you always want the tie to end up right around your belt
The length of the thin end is going to be largely what determines the length of your tie. It's also going to change depending on what type of knot you're doing. You kind of have to mess around with it for a while until you get used to it, and figure it out. It's not too bad, as long as you figure out some of the peculiarities like which way to put the tie when you're pulling it in and how not to mess it up, and it's all going to go pretty well. That's it, and I'll see you all later.