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tie a tie. We have a very practical suggestion for men who try to tie their ties properly every morning in a big wire. Here are the easiest tie binding techniques...

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There is an endless problem of men from educational life to business life: tying tie...  Well, don't you really have an easy way of tying up this tie thing? Of course you do! Here are the most practical tie binding techniques...

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Simple Knot (FOUR in HAND) technique

 

It is also known as  "Four in hand " with the most classic and preferred type  "Simple knot " Technical name between tie nodes. Because it is one of the most classic methods, a tie made with a simple knot system can be applied to all shirt collars.

Ties made with a long and conical structure  "simple knot " technique are widely used for narrow, thick-fabric products in fine-sand products.

 

 

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Double Knot (Victoria) technique

How to connect tie with double knot technique? With the illustrated narration you can also easily find the answer.

The double knot method, also known as the Victoria name, is a way of tying a tie that is extremely similar to a simple node technique but requires a second round. To connect a tie with a double knot, first the wide end of the tie must circulate twice around the narrow tip.

Ties made with double knot technique have a thicker appearance compared to the simple knot ties. If the tie is not too thick, the ties made with the double knot technique can also adapt to many shirt collars.

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Semi-WINDSOR (half-windsor) technique
 

The Windsor nodes are divided into "half windsor " and  "full Windsor ". The Half Windsor knot, which is similar to the exact Windsor knot that you will find a chance to inspect at the bottom, is easier to build, and the thicker the structure, shows the suitability for more slender or lightweight fabric ties. The Half Windsor knot, which has a triangular style appearance, is usually preferred on open collar or classic collar liners.

 

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Small knot (Oriental) technique

As it is understood from its name, the knot of ties connected with the small knot technique becomes tiny. In tight-collar liners or in ties with very thick fabrics, the preferred small knot technique should not be used on long collar or discrete collar liners. In this type of collar, small knotted ties may not give a pleasant appearance. The small knot technique is also one of the easiest ways to tie ties.

 

 

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Full WINDSOR knot (full windsor) technique

The exact Windsor node is a tie-binding type known as the node of the special days. The full Windsor knot, which comes from a British-style knot, takes its name from the Duke of Windsor.

 

The ties made with the Full Windsor technique are generally preferred for discrete collar products such as the Italian collar, Windsor collar, as they have a voluminous structure. Although it seems a bit tricky to tie a necktie with a full Windsor knot, the tie for a successful binding must hide the last button of the shirt.

 

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Chriistensen technique

The ties made with the Christensen technique usually have a thick knot structure. That's why it would make more sense to choose the ties you created with the Christensen knot with a more discrete collar and long collar shirts. The small-collar shirts will not be able to carry ties created with the Christensen knot technique.

 

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Grantchester technique

The Grantchester technique is an elegant and elegant way of connecting a tie that draws attention with its appearance. In contrast to the simple knot and double-knot methods of the tie knot, the Grantchester is one of the factors that takes the tie binding technique one step further. When you successfully apply the steps in the illustrated narrative, you will be able to apply the ties to each shirt collar with this technique. Of course, if your tie fabric is too thin or too thick, you may need to choose large collar or small collar shirts according to the situation.

 

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CAFE Knot Technique

The "Café knot" is a complex method consisting of 11 steps, which is a tie binding technique that we don't encounter much. As the illustrated narration suggests, you can draw attention to invitations with a café knot, which is intended to make multiple moves with a tie tip and to gain a different image on the tie knot.

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