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Need to Wear a Tie? Outclass Everyone With These 7 Tie Knots

All men should learn how to tie a tie. However, if you seldom wear one and can’t remember how or perhaps never learned, these 7 ways of tying a tie will make you stand out in the crowd.

A tie signifies class, elegance, and style.

Wearing a tie is a statement, but it needs to be properly tied to make the right statement.

Here are 7 ways to tie a tie, from the basic to the complex:


1. How to tie a perfect simple knot: The simple knot has the fewest possible steps, easy to learn, and the perfect knot for thick neckties. If you want the smallest and fastest knot possible, follow this how-to video.


2. How to tie a perfect half Windsor knot: The Half Windsor is a time-honored necktie knot that will fit for just about any occasion. Tie this medium-sized, moderately symmetrical knot.


3. How to tie a perfect Windsor Knot: The Windsor knot is a large triangular knot that works best with a spread collar. Learn how to tie this classic, bold, and symmetrical Windsor knot.


4. How to tie a perfect Bow Tie: Tying a bow tie may be difficult for beginners. The character and charm of a perfectly tied bow tie will make learning how to tie a bow tie well worth it.


The next 3 knots are for advanced tiers. These knots will take you to the next level—these aren’t your averages tie knots.


5. How to tie a perfect Eldridge Knot: This knot will require practice, as it’s one of the more complicated knots you can tie. You’ll definitely outshine anyone wearing an average tie knot.


6. How to tie a perfect Fishbone Knot: This knot has a beautiful pattern that will make a good impression and an elegant statement.


7. How to tie a perfect Trinity Knot: This knot is simple but elegant, and well worth the effort to master.


You’ll never have to fear tying a tie again. Experiment with these different knots, and outshine everyone at the next event you attend.

John Andress
Having had many eclectic experiences and expressing interest in so many varied things in life has suited my role as Editor-in-Chief of Vision Times. Being trained in the sciences, I worked in the medical field. Scuba diving was a passion, being part owner of a scuba shop, and I enjoyed diving around the world. Raising reptiles of all sorts, including poisonous snakes, was also one of my hobbies when living in the U.S. After moving to Australia in the 80s, I became an avid organic grower of tropical fruits and vegetables, which my wife and I partake of year-round, as well as many of our friends. My newest endeavor has been to become a “bikie” — an eBikie, which I do every day not only to get exercise, but also to have a break from slaving over my computer most of the day. Obviously, China is also a passion, which is something VT specializes in, so I feel very fortunate to have a role here at Vision Times.

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