How to Tie Guide

How to choose a tie?

Since a man’s tie is now not only a popular but also a very important accessory in men’s fashion as long as it helps to create a complete look and emphasize the individuality of its owner, then one must be careful when choosing his tie.  There is a huge variety of ties on sale now,...
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The history of a Tie

«A well-chosen tie, like exquisite perfume, varnishes the entire suit, it plays the same role for the suit, as truffles for lunch.. Looking at the tie, we can judge on the person who is wearing it; to know a person, it is sufficient to have a look at that his part which is between his...
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Two Ways to Tie the Shemagh Scarf for Casual Wear

Today’s topic is the shemagh scarf (Arafat). According to Wikipedia, the Arab scarf, or the shemagh, or keffiyeh, is a traditional Arab headdress fashioned from a square, usually cotton, scarf. It is typically worn by Arab men, as well as some Kurds. Its other name, the Arafat scarf, it’s got from the Palestinian politician Yasser Arafat, who was wearing it every time he was...
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How to tie Eldredge Knot?

The Eldredge knot, a new stylish necktie knot, was invented by Jeffrey Eldredge who challenged the traditional official style.  As tying a necktie with a four-in-hand was a bit outdated, he was looking for something new and original. An instructional video on tying the Ediety knot gave him an idea to use the narrow end of the...
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How to tie the Plattsburgh Tie knot?

This tie knot looks like a wide inverted cone. It is well suited for light, thin ties. It is also distinguished by its symmetrical form. It got its name in the honor of a small town of Plattsburgh, located in the north of the State of New York, near the Canadian border. This tie knot will help...
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How to Tie a Windsor Tie

The ‘Windsor’ tie knot, also known as ‘Double Windsor’, is one of the most popular and classic necktie knots. The Windsor knot is thick and wide with a triangular shape, and it’s best suited for spread collar shirts or cutaway collar shirts. The Windsor knot is often thought to be named after the Duke of...
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How to tie Half-Windsor tie knot

This tie knot is very popular because it is easy to make and it is very practical. It is ideal for medium-weight silk and wool ties. It goes well with various types of collars and is equally good for colored and solid-color, narrow and wide ties. This tie knot is preferred by men with a narrow face, a...
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How to Tie the Pratt knot

ratt knot was invented by an American employee Jerry Pratt. But it was brought into use and made popular by the famous TV presenter Don Shelby. Pratt has become one of the most used tie knots. It is a neat, fairly wide knot, which is great for the office. Pratt is well suited for short...
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