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How to Tie a Tie

By Edited Jan 7, 2014 0 0

Tying a tie is no simple task. It can be very difficult, especially if it has never been done before. However, learning how to tie a tie is a must in every man's life. So now is a perfect time to learn how to tie a tie. After all, you never know when that special occasion will pop up where you have to wear a tie.

Things You Will Need

~a tie

Step 1

Over the shoulder
Put your tie around your neck. The wide end of the tie should hang a couple inches lower than the skinnier end of the tie. Make sure the wide end of the tie is over your own right shoulder.

Step 2

Crossing Over
Take the wide end of the tie and cross it over the skinny end of tie giving it 3 sections. The Left, Center, and Right.

Step 3

From Left to Right
Now simply take the wide end of your tie and move it underneath the skinny end from left to right.

Step 4

Through the Center
Take your recently moved wide end of the time and put it through the center loop. ‚

Step 5

Take A Look
Your tie tying journey should now look like the picture here.

Step 6

Over the Knot
Bring the wide end of your tie over the knot so it is almost parallel with your shoulders. Basically move it from left to right.

Step 7

Under the Knot Through the Center
Move the wide end of your tie through the loop by passing underneath.

Step 8

Tricky Part
Ok here is where a lot of people make their mistakes so be careful. ‚ You want to bring the wide end of your tie down. Do this while passing by the loop in front. ‚ You should now try to tighten your knot of the tie to your liking.

Step 9

You may now finally use the narrow end again. Horray!! Pull the narrow end down with one hand while simultaneously moving the knot up with your other hand towards the collar of your shirt.

Congratulations!! You have tied your first tie.
This is the most simple way on how to tie a tie while still looking very professional and gentry like. So have fun now that you can tie your own tie. Do not be afraid to dress up every once in a while.

Tips & Warnings

! Be careful on step 8 it can be a tough one.


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