“Ties” – this particular accessory or a piece of clothing can make a man look classy yet elegant. Here, we are going to tell you about different types of tie knots that you can get to know about and can try later to any event. This time we are bringing 12 types of tie knots for you, give them a look and decide which knot are you going to tie in following events.
Four-in-Hand is a very simple way to tie a necktie. It is also known as a schoolboy knot. It can be tied easily because of its simplicity.
Half Windsor Knot
Half Windsor knot is tied in a triangular knot. It is larger than the four-in-Hand knot and it gives a very neat look.
Full Windsor Knot
Full Windsor knot is also known as Windsor knot, this knot gives a very symmetrical triangular look and it is bigger than half Windsor knot.
Nicky Knot/Pratt Knot
Nicky Knot is a little thicker than four-in-hand knot and doesn’t use much length which makes it apt for tall men.
Like the name says, this is for bow ties.
Kelvin knot is not very popular. It is just like four-in-hand knot but a little fuller and angular.
The oriental knot is like an alternative four-in-hand knot. It is also known as a simple knot, small knot, or kent knot as it is super simple to tie.
St. Andrew Knot
This knot looks asymmetrical but suits most of the faces as it is medium-sized and tied by a lot of people.
Victoria knot is double looped over a four-in-hand knot. It is mostly loved by people who love bigger tie knots.
This knot is super stylish but yet again nothing stylish comes easy. This knot is complicated and it became a hype in the 20th century, mostly to get attention and to show the dresser’s knot-tying skills.
This knot comes from the Celtic culture and Christian church. Looks-wise, this knot looks striking and symmetrical. And classy as well!
This is mostly tied on a social event or at a business set up. It is easy to tie as it is medium-sized and that makes it super easy.
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