HOW TO GET THE PERFECT TIE KNOT .


Hey fam, top of the morning to you. I trust yesterday’s post was very insightful, the feed-backs were great. I appreciate y’all, if you’re just joining the trail, it’s not too late for catch ups here. I’m sure that classic look is coming through gradually, today we move our sartorial gaze to Ties, how to get the perfect tie knot. Sorry to shock you, Contrary to Popular Beliefs – There is no perfect tie knot. Knot styles vary depending on Your mode of style, occasion and best fit. Let’s get to the details together.

The 3 most common knots are;

•Four-In-Hand Knot.

•Full Windsor.

•Half Windsor.


For a different look, try the following knots;

•Trinity.

•Eldredge.

•Prince Albert.

•Kelvin.

•Simple Knot.

•Pratt Knot.

•Murell Knot.

•Balthus Knot.

•Van Wijk Knot.

•Bow-Tie.

Wow, I guess this is a lot to process yeah. I’d just let you knock yourself out about trying the different knots and tomorrow we’d consider when to use each knot and how you can get the best out of them. So if you’ve found anything new,thought stimulating or insightful, please leave a comment below and share with your network. Catch you on this space tomorrow, thanks and bye for now.

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