Thursday, February 19, 2015

How To tie a tie –Easiest Method

Have you tried to knot a tie, only to end up with a horrible tangled tie? Starting with these instructions, a sharp-looking tie, a mirror and some patience, you can become an expert in tying a fabulous tie. Because there are several different ways to tie a tie, here is the easiest method tie to tie.

How To tie a tie –Easiest Method

1.    Start with the wide end on your right. Extend it about 12" below the narrow end of your necktie.

2.  Cross the wide end over the narrow, and back underneath.

3.  Bring the wide end around passing it across the front of the narrow.

4.  Pass the wide end up through the loop.

5.  Hold the knot loosely and pass the wide end down through the loop in front.

6.  Hold the narrow end of the tie and slide the knot up snug.

·       Look in a mirror while doing this.

·       Try exploring with different sizes to get the hang of it.

·       There are different types of knots you can tie, some of which are more appropriate to formal occasions (like the Windsor knot), while others are casual.

·       In general, the wide end of the tie should hang twice as low as the narrow end.

·       To make a dimple, hold the top blade on both edges and then pull it down gently until the top blade starts to tighten. A slight convex should appear close to the knot. Use your thumb and forefinger to press the bottom of the knot into a V-shape and the convex will deepen to form the dimple.

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