How To Tie A Double Windsor Tie Knot? - A Hand Tailored Suit

How To Tie A Double Windsor Tie Knot?

The double Windsor knot is a classic style that exudes sophistication and elegance. It's a perfect knot for formal events, job interviews, and important business meetings. While it may look complicated, it's actually quite easy to master. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to tie a double Windsor knot.

Step 1: Start with the wide end of the tie on your right side and the narrow end on your left. Make sure that the wide end is much longer than the narrow end.

Step 2: Cross the wide end over the narrow end, and bring it up and over the loop around your neck.

Step 3: Bring the wide end down, and cross it over the narrow end again.

Step 4: Bring the wide end up and over the loop again.

Step 5: Bring the wide end down through the loop in front of the tie.

Step 6: Bring the wide end up, and slide it through the knot at the front of the tie.

Step 7: Hold the knot with one hand and pull the narrow end to tighten the knot.

Step 8: Adjust the knot by gently pulling on the wide end and sliding it up or down until the knot is centered and the length of the tie is just right.

Congratulations! You have now tied a perfect double Windsor knot. With a little practice, you'll be able to tie it effortlessly and impress everyone with your style and sophistication.

Remember, the key to tying a great knot is to take your time and be patient. Don't rush through the steps, and make sure that the knot is tight and symmetrical. With a little practice, you'll be able to tie a perfect double Windsor knot in no time.






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