So I listened to a group of stylish men argue during lunch hour at a friends office, funny enough it wasn't about football or Girls, It was about the NeckTie. I got so enlightened from that argument, I went away with points and tips for a blog post "Learning and Sharing is an everyday process" From my research, This are the helpful tips I came up with. The thing with the Necktie can not be completely over emphasized, but I tried my best to help you all with useful tips.
TYPES OF TIE KNOTS
Kelvin Knots Prince Albert Knots
Simple knots Four in hand Knot
Balthus Knots Pratt Knot
Half windsor Knots Eldredge Knots
Trinity Knots Murrell Knots
Van Wijk Knots Full Windsor Knots
Bow Tie Knots Agape Knots
AtlanticKnots Cape Knots
Cross Knots Floating spiral Knots
Glennie Knots Krasny Hourglass
Linwood Taurus Knots Miniature Knots
Onassis Knots True Love Knots
These are the various types of Knots, you can Visit www.agreeordie.com to know about their origin
The common type of Tie we see here on the Red carpet, in Offices and Events are The BOWTIE, FOUR IN HAND KNOTS, WINDSOR KNOT & THE PRATT KNOT
PICTORIAL STEP BY STEP METHOD OF KNOTTING THE FOUR COMMON TYPES
There are Different ties for different Occasions.
The pratt is the easiest and commonest. Follow this Link HERE to learn more on how to Tie different knots.
HOW TO SELECT A TIE
- Check out the SIZE, keep in mind there are different sizes and shapes for different Knots.
- Check out the FABRIC, wool, silk and cashmere.
- Colour more than any order thing should be taken into consideration, your complexion, colour of shirt should be considered.
- Pattern is the most important of them all, a tie with stripes, a tie with polka dots, a plain tie, a tie with flowered patterns should be rightly selected for the right kind of shirt.
A Tie with small stripes for a shirt with less bold stripes
A Plain Tie for a Suit crowned with a pocket square.
Hope you enjoyed this tips, you can try it out and send me photos, check your search engines for videos on how to knot them, now you know their names.