Always in a hurry, and then not knowing how to tie your tie? The DIY trend: The market and the search for “How To”: Ascot, Bow Tie, Cross knot, Four-in-hand, Half-Windsor, Windsor, Prince Albert, Small Knot .
You can begin with the Windsor Knot, one of the easiest tie knots to learn, before trying the Half Windsor Knot, the Four in Hand Knot and the Pratt Knot — each and everyone being the best-suited knot for a certain type of shirt collar.Enjoy your visit to Tie-a-Tie.net!
Always having so much trouble in the morning? Recently graduated and trying to ‘create’ a tie for your first job interview? Also for any other occasion or reason possible, here it is again. How to tie a tie. the working professional who switched jobs recently and needs to wear a tie now but doesn’t know how to tie it, the college graduate figuring how to tie a tie before that first job interview, the high school senior needing immediate advice on tying ties before leaving for the prom, and the increasing number of women who are interested in learning how to tie a tie simply for the fun of it or because dad is out of town.
More videos & instructions….
How To Tie A Tie – Full Windsor Knot
How To Tie A Tie – Half Windsor Knot
More information on how to tie a tie