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Guide to Knots for Ties

Guide to Knots Ties

Node Simple

Node Small

Double Knot

Windsor knot

Half Windsor knot

Knot Bow Tie

Node Simple

The Node Simple is the classic of tie knots. The most widely used, since the easiest to make and one that easily fits with most of the ties and practically with all the hills shirt. It’s perfect for people of average height or higher.
From the shape Conical and Elongated, simple knot is tight ties with the purposes and wider with thick ties.

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Preparation : Pick up the collar of his shirt, buttoned the last button and place the tie. The men of average height will position the leg of the tie at the waist. The tallest men in the will position above the belt. Men with a bust brevilineo may instead prefer the
Double Knot , from the similar shape.
Here are the various Step:
Step n ° 1 : below the neck, crossed the leg on gambetta.
Step n ° 2 : slide the leg below the leg.
Step # 3 : reported following the leg up on the little leg.
Step # 4 : Thread the leg up under the tie by placing your index finger on the node formation. Take your index finger and slide the leg into the ring.
Step No. 5 : hold firm the leg. Gently pull on the leg to tighten the ring. Adjust the knot and then let it go back to the last button of the neck.
After knotted tie, the leg should no longer be visible and the end of the leg to be situated at the waist.

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N hear Small

The Node Small is, as the name implies, small.
It goes particularly well with thick ties or shirts with narrow necks. It is advisable to avoid it with a long neck shirts or open.
Relatively easy to achieve, however, requires a “screwing” of 180 °. The small knot is the easiest way to tie a tie.

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Preparation : normally place your tie around the neck and rotate the leg 180 degrees (see diagram above). Or, to avoid “screwing”, simply slip your hand around the neck tie.’s Leg of the tie should be longer than the little leg.
The realization of a simple knot occurs in 4 Stepe:
Step n ° 1 : below the neck, bring the leg of the tie under the leg.
Step n ° 2 then move the leg above the leg.
Step n ° 3 : hold the ring, passing the leg below and upwards. Straighten the folds of the leg and slide it into the ring.
Step # 4 : adjust his tie and get it back towards the neck.
To find out if the node is perfectly successful, verify that the last button of his shirt and the leg are perfectly hidden.

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Double Knot

The Double Knot is very similar to Node Simple , if not for the fact that it requires a second rotation; beginning, the leg of the tie must be passed twice around the gambetta.
From the aspect most often compared to simple knot, the double knot is ideal with most of the shirts. It is also perfect with all ties, except those from the tissue too dense.

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Preparation : slide your tie around the neck after having buttoned the top button of his shirt and having raised the neck.
The two ends of the tie must be positioned in an asymmetrical way. The leg must be much more than the little leg.
The double knot in Step 4:
Step n ° 1 : below the neck, pass a first leg of the tie around the little leg (see Step 1-3 of simple knot).
Step n ° 2 : pass a second time around the leg Gambetta.
Step # 3 : put your leg up under the tie, and slide it closed in the ring formed by the first or second rotation.
Step # 4 : adjust the knot finally got it, and place it back in the middle of the neck.

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Windsor knot

The Windsor knot is the node for special occasions. Very British, derives its name from the Duke of Windsor, which made him popular.
Consequently important to its volume, it must be made preferably on the hills open, like the Italian hills or the hills Windsor.
Sometimes complex to be built must, to be perfect, fall exactly in the middle of the neck and hide the top button of his shirt.

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Preparation : slide your tie around the neck after having buttoned the top button of his shirt and having raised the neck. The two ends of the tie must be positioned in an asymmetrical way. The leg must be much more than the little leg.
The Steps:
Step n ° 1 : the cross leg of the tie on the little leg. Hold the intersection and, next, make a ring, making lift his leg under his tie and folding it.
Step n ° 2 : to bring the leg on the other side, under the intersection, make another loop, tracing leg over the tie and folding it.
Step # 3 : move horizontally the leg below the leg.
Step # 4 : move vertically the leg below the tie, remove the folds and slide the leg into the ring.
Step No. 5 : hold the leg, gently pull on the leg to tighten the tie, center the knot at the top, in the middle of the neck.

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Half Windsor knot

The M ezzo Windsor knot looks like the Windsor knot, whilst being less thick and easier to accomplish.
It matches perfectly with ties purposes or little thick. Elegant and triangular, it leads preferably with a classic collar shirt or a shirt with open neck.

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Preparation : put your tie around the neck. The men of average height will position the leg well above the belt.
The half Windsor is accomplished in Step 4:
Step n ° 1 : the cross leg of the tie on the little leg. Hold the intersection and, next, make a loop by making the leg below the tie and then turn it out to the outside.
Step n ° 2 : move the leg horizontally behind and then in front of the little leg.
Step # 3 : hold the intersection, move the leg below the tie and slide it into the ring.
Step # 4 :: hold the leg. Pull the leg to form the knot. Do it then slid down to the last button of his shirt collar and accentrarlo.
At the end of the node, the leg must not be visible and the end of the leg to be situated at the height of the belt.

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N hear Papillon

As well as the Tie Classic, the Papillon (or bow tie) comes in all colors and all the grounds.
Generally black, Bow Tie is worn with a black tuxedo and a white shirt with neck cassé (also called a diplomat) and can also be worn in a more casual with a suit and a shirt with open neck.
The Bow Tie:

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The Step node Papillon :
Step n ° 1 : position the two ends of the bow in an asymmetrical way, one lower than the other.
Step n ° 2 : around the neck, cross the longer end of the shorter one.
Step # 3 : slide the longer end up under the bow tie.
Step No. 4 and 5 : form the two wings of the bow, bending horizontally the shorter end.
Step No. 6 : bring down the long end in front of the node in training.
Step No. 7 then hide the longer end under the bent end.
Step No. 8 : adjust the bow by pulling on the two wings.
At the end of the node, the width of the tie must be theoretically equivalent to the distance between the pupils of your eyes.

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