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How To Tie a Tie

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A symbol of royalty in ancient Rome, China, and Egypt, a necktie has always conferred status of some kind. Learning to properly tie the four-in-hand, or a simple knot, is a sure sign of manhood. PLAY

You Will Need

Necktie Dress shirt Mirror PLAY

Step 1: Lift up collar

Lift up the collar of your shirt. PLAY

Step 2: Button top button

Button the top button of your shirt. PLAY

Step 3: Drape tie around neck

Drape the tie around your neck with the wider end of the tie on your right. It should be dangling about 12 inches below the skinny end of the tie. The seam should be facing your shirt. PLAY

Step 4: Cross wide end over skinny end

Cross the wide end of the tie toward the left over the front of the skinny end of your tie. PLAY

Step 5: Turn wide end underneath

Turn the wide end back underneath the narrow end toward the right. PLAY

Step 6: Cross wide over skinny end again

Again, cross the wide end over the front of the skinny end toward the left. PLAY

Step 7: Pull wide end underneath loop

Pull the wide end of the tie up and underneath the loop around your neck with the seam facing out. PLAY

Step 8: Bring wide end down through knot

Hold the front of the forming knot loosely with your index finger creating a space for the wide end of the tie to be brought straight down through the front of the knot, with the seam facing your shirt.

To create a dimple, a classic finishing touch, squeeze the bottom of the knot so the wide end of the tie is forced to fold in on itself. This dimple should be neat and centered. PLAY

Step 9: Tighten knot slowly

Tighten the knot slowly and carefully to the collar of your shirt by holding the narrow end of the tie and sliding the knot up into position. PLAY

Step 10: Fold collar down & survey work

Fold your collar down and survey your work: The narrow end of your tie should be hidden behind the wide end, which should fall to your beltline. Put on your jacket, and you’re ready to go. PLAY

Did you know? Countess Mara, a famous tie designer in the 1940’s, once said, “Tell a man you like his necktie and you will see his personality unfold like a flower.” PLAY

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