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7 Rules for Wearing A Tie

2/26/2019 9:01 PM

There are rules behind wearing ties that determine if a man will be seen as sleek and stylish or not, and you need to adopt them.

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How to Tie a Bow Tie

1/7/2019 3:24 PM

Wearing a bow tie is a great way to add character to your style. Nowadays, bow ties are becoming more and more common with men of all ages. And not just as a required accessory for formal affairs.

While pre-tied bow ties do exist, set yourself apart by learning how to tie your own. Tying a bow tie is a little trickier than tying a necktie, but once you learn how to do it, it is actually a pretty simple process.

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The rule of thumb with ties is that the tip of the tie should end in the middle of the belt buckle or waistband. A tie that has been tied too short or too long will throw off the entire look.

If you feel that your tie comes out just too short after you have tied the knot, it might be that you are using standard length ties when extra long ties might be a better choice.

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How to Tie a Four-In-Hand Knot

12/28/2018 7:11 PM

The Four-In-Hand knot, also known as the Schoolboy knot, is one of the most commonly used tie knots due to its simplicity and versatility. It is a perfect pick for men new to wearing ties.

The Four-In-Hand knot is easy to tie, slender, tapered, mildly asymmetrical and self-releasing. It looks elegant and cool altogether and is best suited to narrow spread shirts and smart casual events.

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How to Tie a Windsor Knot

12/22/2018 9:06 PM

The Windsor knot, also referred to as the Full Windsor knot or Double Windsor knot to distinguish it from the Half Windsor knot, is a very large symmetrical triangular shaped knot.

The Windsor knot is symmetrical, well-balanced, and self-releasing. It is especially suited for a spread or cutaway collar that can properly accommodate a larger knot.

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