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3 easy ways to tie a tie!

How to tie a tie? Follow me to learn the 3 eastest ways, step by step!

First way:  The Half-Windsor Knot

1. Start with the wide end on your right.Extend it about 12″ below the narrow end.

The Half-Windsor Knot 1

2. Cross the wide end over the narrow, and back underneath.

The Half-Windsor Knot 2

3. Bring the wide end up, and turn down through loop.

The Half-Windsor Knot 3

4. Pass the wide end around to the front from your left to right.

The Half-Windsor Knot 4

5. Bring the wide end up through the loop.

The Half-Windsor Knot 5

6. Pull the wide end through the knot in front. Tighten and draw up to collar.

The Half-Windsor Knot 6

Second way:  Windsor Knot

1. Start with the wide end of the tie on your right. Extend it about 12″ below the narrow end.

Windsor Knot 1

2. Cross the wide end over the narrow, and bring it up through the loop.

Windsor Knot 2

3. Bring the wide end down, around behind the narrow, and up on your right.

Windsor Knot 3

4. Put this end down through the loop and across the narrow.

Windsor Knot 4

5. Turn the wide end, and pass it through the loop.

Windsor Knot 5

6. Slip the wide end through the knot in the front. Tighten and draw up to the collar.

Windsor Knot 6

Third: The Four-In-Hand Knot

1. Start with the wide end on your right. Extend it about 12″ below the narrow end of your necktie.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 1

2. Cross the wide end over the narrow, and back underneath.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 2

3. Bring the wide end around passing it across the front of the narrow.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 3

4. Pass the wide end up through the loop.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 4

5. Hold the knot loosely and pass the wide end down through the loop in front.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 5

6. Hold the narrow end of the tie and slide the knot up snug.

The Four-In-Hand Knot 6

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