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The art of tying a tie

Every man should know a to tie a tie. No matter if you wear once a year or on a daily basis. If you dont' know, don't worry. Our guide to tie a tie will be everything you need to read.

By Henrik Malmberg | Guide | 2015-12-18

How to tie a tie

That's the million dollar question. And there is no correct answer because simply there are so many ways you can tie your tie. But don't worry, you don't have to know them all. All you need is one, or maybe two, and you're good to go. At Frontmen we prefer the classic, and the best looking knot, the four-in-hand.

Four-in-hand

 

Four in hand

Four in hand

This is one of the most popular knots and it works well with basically any collar of choice. Avoid it when you have a shirt with a very wide spread, the knot can be a bit to little for those kind of collars. The knot itself is asymmetric which gives it life and makes it interesting. Remember the very important dimple under the knot, otherwise the knot will look bland and boring.

 

You're pretty set with this knot, this is the only one you have to know. Although, if you prefer a more formel and symmetric type of knot we suggest you go with the half Windsor. A bit harder than the four-in-hand to tie but in general, a pretty simple knot.

 

 

Halv Windsor

 

Half windsor

Half windsor

Half windsor

A clean and more symmetric knot thats works well with pretty much any collar you like. Thanks to its more symmetric look it works better than the four-in-hand in more formel occasions.

Now that you how to tie a tie you only need one thing, thats right, a tie. At Frontmen we have a selection of pair stylish and clean ties and shirts, blazers och suits which makes your outfit complete.

 

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