The Windsor knot is especially suited to shirts that have a wide cutaway collar. The finished Windsor knot is very wide and has a marked triangular appearance which is particularly suitable for people with long thin necks as it has the effect of shortening the length of the neck. The Winsor knot is thick and substantial which projects the impression of a substantial person (not a thick one hopefully!). The windor knot is ideal for weddings.
Things You Will NeedA tie, a mirror and patience!
Button your shirt with the collar extended and place the tie around the neck with the wide end at about upper thigh height. Fold the collar down to cover the tie as shown in fig 1.
NOTE; The longer wide end of your tie should come to about the end of your middle finger when you right arm is held at your side. This should give the approximate correct length of tie. The aim is to have the wide end of the completed tie just touching the waistband of your trousers.
Step 8Now you can push the wide end of your tie through the front loop which will form the knot. As shown in fig 8.
'Tie' in the look with a pair of mens cufflinks.