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Choosing how to tie a tie

Introducing 20 ways to tie a tie. Match the binding method in terms of: material, fabrics, occasion, way of difficulty, height and collar.

Simple knot (Four-in-hand) – easy and multifunctional

Węzeł ten — nazywany jeszcze czasami „węzeł w czwórkę", it is also called simple for a reason - it is very easy to bind and ...

Double Windsor knot – for widely spaced collars

This node is by no means an extension of the simple Windsor, because it binds completely differently. Reach for it only then, when you put on ....

Half-windsurf knot – quite symmetrical, easy and universal

The so-called "simple" or "half-windsurfing" the node is very popular, because it is quite symmetrical, easy to tie and universal. Made of a narrow tie with a thin ...

Nicky knot – it does not damage the tie

Nicky's knot is also called olney, new classic or free american. It's simple, it does not damage the tie, and thanks to its subtle elegance, even ties we ....

Victoria knot and Prince Albert – also called double

Before you tighten the knot, pass the wide end of the tie more than once, but twice. Hence its second name: double knot. Through which bar? In the case of this node,...

Kent Knot – small knot

Including the number of steps, najmniej skomplikowany jest węzeł Kent — nazywany również węzłem „prostym", although it is commonly referred to as a simple four-in-hand. The smallest knot is the Kent Knot..

Crossed knot – elegant

Elegant knot, znany też pod nazwą „Christensen". It is as captivating as the Prince Albert's Knot thanks to the cross motif, which in the case of the Christensen knot occurs in ....

The Pratt Knot – in the American style

The Pratt Knot is known by many names: Shelby, inverted half-windsurf, American or Classic American. Deputy Windsor The USA's favorite knot fits perfectly with the American way of life,...

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