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How To Tie A Necktie | Tie Tying Chart | 18 Ways To Tie A Neck-tie Visual

Most men use one tie knot their entire lives.

You could say it’s because we’re creatures of habit – that we’re boring – that we don’t like to experiment & try new things.

Well, I think that’s a bunch of BS.

No, I think most of us tie one necktie knot as we don’t have an easy guide showing us why & how to experiment with others ways to tie a tie.

Well now you do!

Here are 18 very clear & succinct diagrams showing you how to tie various necktie knots for work & casual wear.

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The Knots listed are:

  1. Four-In-Hand Knot
  2. Half Windsor Knot
  3. Full Windsor Knot
  4. Nicky Knot
  5. Bow-Tie Knot
  6. Kelvin Knot
  7. Oriental Knot
  8. Pratt Knot
  9. St Andrew Knot
  10. Balthus Knot
  11. Hanover Knot
  12. Plattsburgh Knot
  13. Grantchester Knot
  14. Victoria Knot
  15. Cafe Knot
  16. Eldredge Knot
  17. Trinity Knot
  18. Christensen Knot

Also – note that we give the features of each.  How common is the tie knot, difficulty to tie, knot size, and knot shape.

 

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Curious – What’s your favorite knot?  Let me know in the comments below!

 

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About Antonio

Antonio Centeno is President of ATailoredSuit.com and the founder of RealMenRealStyle.com. He has created over 700 articles & videos on men's style, blogs over at the Art of Manliness, and is the creator of the internet's best selling personal presentation course - A Man's Guide To Timeless Style. Antonio has studied clothing design in London, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. He is a former US Marine with an MBA from UT Austin and a BA from Cornell College. He loves to hear from old friends and make new ones.

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