tie bow tie

tie bow tie.If you want to wear tuxedos at the wedding, sing in the choir, you need to know how to tie a bow tie in either case. Most of us don't do that often, but fortunately, if you can tie your shoes, you can tie the bow tie. Because the same node is used in both. Connecting the bow tie with the shoe may seem very different to you in the first place, but with patience and practice, you will be able to tie your bow as easily as you connect your shoes!

Chapter 1: Connecting the bow tie

Bring the long tip diagonally over the short insert. Put the long end of the bow diagonally on the edge of your neck. Thus, the knot around your neck is not abundant while tying the bow tie to the required size. You don't want your bow to sag down your chest.

Place the long tip under the intersection of the two ends. Hold the intersection of the two ends with one hand over your collar. Take the dangling long end and pull it towards the section on the collar section.

  • At this point, you can squeeze the two ends of the bow to determine the position that your neck is most comfortable with.
  • After bringing the bow to the appropriate tightness, place the long tip on your shoulder. You do not need to apply this in the next step.

Fold the dangling tip to create the bow. Lift the short tip that is still dangling from your neck and fold it horizontally towards the wide section of the bow-tie. Remove an entire tip and rotate it to 90 degrees, it should stop horizontally. This will create a bow that overlooks the same direction as the long plane that stands on your shoulder. Keep this curl with the thinnest part of the bow in front of your Adam's apple.

  • This will create the front node of your connected bow, thereby giving you the necessary papyon image.

Place the long tip on the thin part of the bow. Take it over the shoulder of the long tip and swing it over the finest part of the bow you created in the last step.


Fold one end of the bow from the front of the long tip. In parallel, grasp the tip of the bow by the right and left of the standing tip and fold it over the front dangling tip. The dangling tip will remain in the middle of the two bows you fold.


Pass the middle of the dangling tip through the back of the node.  You will be able to see the range behind the bow while passing the long tip from the back of the node to the front. As you do on a short flight, fold the tip of the bow in front of it and pass it through the bow-and-fold hole. Now you'll get the shape of the bow tie.

  • There will be a gap between the loose knot in the second step and the long end of the bow in the fourth step.

Chapter 2: Completing the Papyon binding


Fix the bow tie. As soon as you finish tying the bow, you'll notice it's crooked. But to fix this, you have to pull the bows forward and backward.

  • When doing this, you may need to loosen the bow slightly from the flat ends, then restore the bow to the old tight. Make sure you squeeze the bow tie.


Lower your collar. Once your bow is nicely connected, you can download the collar of your shirt.

4 Check your Paponat periodically. As with your shoelaces, you can loosen your bow tie so you can't double knot. Check periodically to ensure that it is tightly connected.

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