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A set of pictures to teach you 13 different ways to tie a tie

Jun 28,2023 | EMPEROCADE

Here is a brief description of tie tying illustrations, tying background, difficulty stars and applicable scenarios.

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Simple Tie

Difficulty:★☆☆☆☆

Applicable scenes: Suitable for thicker ties, standard and button-down collar shirts.

Introduction: This tie knot is very tight and was popular among English coachmen in the late 18th century. It is characterized by twisting the wide end at 180 degrees from top to bottom and hiding the fold in the back to complete the knot. The common coachman's knot is the simplest of all ties and is especially suitable for ties made of thick fabrics, without making the knot too bulky and cumbersome. In addition, the carriage knot is easy to adjust the length of the tie, which makes it convenient and quick to use when going out for a full outfit, making it perfect for business travel. It is the golden partner of knitwear college style.

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Four in hand Tie

Difficulty:★☆☆☆☆

Applicable scenes: Four in hand Tie is suitable for all people, especially for men with short neck. It is suitable for all styles of shirts and ties.

Introduction: Named after a 19th century gentlemen's club, the four-handed Tie is one of the most popular types of bow ties. Its popularity stems from its ease of use and versatility. The four-handed Tie is easy to operate, has a slender, tapered shape, moderately uneven symmetry, and is automatically detachable, giving it a straightforward, masculine, and enthusiastic feel. If you want to learn only one way to tie a bow tie, then choose the four-handed Tie.

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Windsor Tie

Difficulty: ★★★★☆

Applicable scenarios: Suitable for wide collar shirts and business and political occasions; not very suitable for matching with shirts with narrow collars. If you use a thick tie, the Windsor knot will look too big.

Introduction: The "Windsor Knot" is closely related to the Duke of Windsor, who was the King of England for a short period of time and gave up his throne for love, and had a profound influence on men's fashion. Pierre Cardin once said: "In this century (20th century) in the field of men's fashion, there is only one really big man, and that is the Duke of Windsor. " The Windsor knot is a very classic tie tying method, this kind of knot is very full, especially suitable for attending formal occasions to wear, so less is applied in daily life.

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Half Windsor Tie

Difficulty: ★★★☆☆

Applicable scenarios: The Half Windsor Tie is suitable for most collars and occasions, most suitable for romantic pointed collar and standard neckline series shirts. Ideal for medium to slightly thicker ties.

Introduction: The Half Windsor Tie is an extremely versatile knot. Not quite in keeping with its name, this tie is slightly larger than the Pratt tie and is nearly three-quarters the size of the Windsor tie. The Half Windsor Tie is medium in size, largely symmetrical, and, if tied the right way, creates a deep concave dimple. It may seem like a lot of steps, but it's not difficult to do, and when tied, the tie is usually in the right place.

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Pratt Tie

Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆

Applicable scenes: Easy to learn how to tie, suitable for most people. It is suitable for most shirts and occasions. The disadvantage is that the small collar of the tie faces outward, if it is not hidden behind the large collar, the appearance is poor.

The Pratt Tie was invented by Jerry Pratt, but because Don Shelby often appeared on TV shows with this tie, some people mistakenly thought he was the inventor, so the Pratt Tie is also sometimes called the Shelby knot. The Pratt Tie is an emerging post-modern tie tying method, inheriting the simple and fashionable style of the time, which is not only delicate and beautiful, but also has one less winding step than other methods, so it is easy and elegant. The Pratt Tie is a symmetrical, evenly sized tie knot, larger than a four-handed Tie and smaller than a half Windsor Tie, not too wide and not too narrow.

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Prince Albert Tie

Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆

Applicable scenes: Suitable for young elites who are spirited. It is suitable for soft and thin ties as well as with button-down collars and pointed collar shirts.

Introduction: Prince Albert Tie is a strengthened version of the four-handed Tie. Wear a delicate silk tie with a high collar shirt collar, and tie a smooth Prince Albert Tie, aristocratic temperament will emerge.

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Kelvin Tie

Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆

Applicable scenes: Easy to tie, suitable for most people.

Introduction: Kelvin Tie takes its name from Lord Kelvin (William Thomson, 1824-1907), who made significant contributions to mathematical physics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, elasticity, Ether theory and earth science, and was a mathematical physicist who could link the tie theory to atomic structure. The Kelvin tie is an expansion of the single knot. Like the single knot, the Kelvin tie begins by wrapping the body of the tie from the bottom to the outside, reversing the end of the tie. This tie forms a soft, flexible and neatly knotted body, similar in size to a four-handed tie, but with a fuller and more angular tie.

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Balthus Tie

Difficulty: ★★★☆☆

Applicable scenario: Medium or short height, narrow bust, thin neck. Suitable for soft and light silk material, wide necktie.

Introduction: The Balthis Tie was invented around 1930 by Balthasar Klossowski, a controversial French-Polish modern artist. The Balthis Tie is a relatively large tie knot (significantly larger than the Windsor Tie ). When tied properly, the end result is a broad, tapered shape, and you'll find the tie will be short when finished.

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Murrell Tie

Difficulty: ★★★☆☆

Applicable scenes: The knotting method is more alternative, suitable for men who dress up more fashionably.

Introduction: The Murrell Tie was introduced in 1995, and this peculiar knot is the opposite variation of the Windsor Tie. Use the narrower end of the tie to tie the Windsor Tie, unique, alternative with a sense of hierarchy.

 

 

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