How to Tie a Tie | Windsor (aka Full Windsor or Double Windsor) | For Beginners
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How to tie a tie - easy and quick, step by step. The Windsor (aka Double Windsor, Full Windsor) is a popular way of tying a necktie with a sharp, symmetrical, triangular knot. It's perfect for job interviews, proms, weddings, formals, graduations, work and business meetings.
The instructions in this video tutorial are suitable for all ages - for beginners, novices, the burgeoning fashionista or the expert stylist looking to bring that look to perfection. Viewers are guided – slowly and clearly on how to wear a neck-tie.
When tied correctly, the Windsor evokes respect, professionalism and sophistication. Wear a tie with refinement. There are many ways to tie a necktie. This is one of the best.
Check out our video on how to tie a tie using a Half Windsor knot: https://youtu.be/7GuLGzK9MlE
If you're looking for something quicker and easier, try how to tie a tie using the Four-in-hand knot: https://youtu.be/-syZ_H6iec0
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Hi there, I’m going to show you one of the most popular ways to tie a tie – using the Windsor knot – also known as the Double Windsor or the Full Windsor. Start with your collar up and the tie around your neck. If you are right handed, hold the wide end of the tie in your right hand and the narrow end of the tie in your left hand. Now, it is important to remember that the longer you make the wide end, the lower the tie will hang when you are finished. Basically, you want to line up your tie like this. If you remember this, you will save yourself a lot of time later on. Now cross each end over – wide end over the top – and leave about this much on the narrow end. That is about four inches or ten centimetres. With your left hand, take the wide end of the tie. Thread it through the back of this opening from behind. Thread it all the way through, like this. Now take the wide end of the tie, and with your left hand, wrap it all the way around the back like this. Switch hands. Notice here how the back of the tie is facing outward. Taking the wide end, now, in your right hand, thread it through the front of this opening. Alright! The hardest part is now done; the rest is easy! What you can see here is the inside of your knot. It should look a bit like a triangle. Put your left index finger on the knot, like this, and keep it there. With your other hand, wrap the wide end around the knot, from right to left – and then grab it from behind. Keep your index finger where it is. With your right hand, push the wide end through this opening again – from the back. Alright, here comes the punch-line! Your index finger has created a little tunnel. What you need to do now is thread the tie down through the tunnel. The last step now is to adjust and tighten it – alternating between the long end and the short end of the tie – gradually pulling the knot up – shaping it as you go – until the tie is just how you want it to be – a sharp, symmetrical, triangular knot. Pull your collar down – and bingo! – a full Windsor knot. Thank you for watching. I hope you found this helpful.
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