How to tie a tie yourself
If you decide to learn how to tie a tie yourself, start with the easiest way - folding the Pratt knot, which is most suitable for narrow collars. Put the tie on the back side of it and fold it crosswise so that its wide part is under the narrow one. Pull the wide end into the loop under the shirt's collar and gently pull it down. Now the wide end should be taken to the left and stretch it into a loop over the narrow end of the tie. Thread the wider part of the tie into the loop and tighten it tight.
Try tying a tie yourself with a Four-in-hand knot. This method is also great for beginners. Lift the collar of the shirt and gently thread the tie into it so that its wide end is on the left side and the narrow end is on the right side. Then fold the wide end in the opposite direction, putting it on the narrow. In the loop formed under the neck, pierce the wide end of the tie and pull it up.Then thread it into another loop, located just below, and holding the knot, pull the end down. It remains only to carefully tighten the knot to the collar.
A more complicated way to tie a tie is the wide and tight Windsor knot. Place the ends of the tie crosswise. Skip the wide end under the narrow one and push it into the loop that forms under the shirt collar. Again, pass the wide end of the accessory under the narrow one, pull it to the left and stretch it to the right side so that it is on top of the narrow part of the tie. Next, pass the wide end into the loop under the collar and push it into the knot, which gently tighten and correct.
A universal method is to tie a tie with a half-windsor knot. It is great for folding neckties of any width and density. Place the ends of the accessory crosswise. Get a wide part under narrow and stretch to the left. Pull the wide end up, thread it into the loop and pull it to the left again. Then shift the wide end to the right, over the narrow part of the tie, pass it through the loop under the collar and carefully thread the knot.
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