10 Different Necktie Knots

An essential part of being a gentleman is to know how to tie a necktie. It is a sign that a boy becomes a man, like a transition to adulthood ritual of some sort. While it is true that it only takes one to get the job done, it doesn’t hurt mixing it up with different necktie knots. Are you tired of your outdated knot that you’d just want to just throw away your tie? Worry no more, we got you covered; from the Plain Knot, Simple Knot, Cross to the Winsor, all the way to the Trend Knot. 10 different necktie knots with easy to understand instruction. So, grab your neckties because we’re going to get busy practicing necktie knots.

 

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A necktie is what completes the overall professional look of a gentleman, don’t take it for granted, ensure yourself that you get a proper one. Now that you’ve learnt some of these knots, couple that with good quality neckties with trendy patterns and sizes. Expensive doesn’t always mean best. I’d personally recommend the brand TheTieBar, for their reasonably priced ties and wide variety of choices.  Silk Woven Navy Striped Tie or Wool Skinny Navy Solid Tie, they sell Silver Shot Tie Bar as well. The bottom are some other products that TheTieBar has to offer.

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11 Comments

  1. I would love to re post this entry on my own website will that be okay

  2. 3 of these knots are the same

    • Hi Tommy, first of all, thank you for visiting us and giving us a comment! As for the necktie knots, would you mind pointing out which of these are the same? Some are similar but not exactly the same, in my opinion.

  3. I’ve seen a long, slim, cylindrical knot worn by several men on BBC News 24 in recent months, but no knot that I try produces the same effect.

    Would you by any chance know which knot they might be using, please?

    • Hi John, my best bet would be the Four-in Hand knot since it is slimmer and slightly asymmetrical creating a bit of a cylindrical effect. If you want to try a fancier knot, try the Trinity Knot.

    • Hi John M.

      This is Ernie Lim from Edohaus. Based on my experience, the thickness and width of the tie would also influence the long cylindrical shape of the knot. Opt for mid range thickness (avoid seven fold ties for this knot) and 2.5 to 3 inch wide ties. Also, a good trick to accentuate the long rounded shape is to add an extra loop before tying the last knot. Try it out and let us know what you think.

      I hope this helps!

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  5. Cross knot is much way better and I always feel perfect knotting the tie in the cross manner

    thanks
    The tie shop

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