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How To Tie a Tie

how to tie a knitted tie

Knitted ties have a unique fabric and texture that other ties don't. They're slightly springy and offer incredibly flexible bodies. This means that tying them correctly takes a bit of extra care. If you're suiting up for a special occasion and you want to wear a knit tie, you'll need a special tie knot that accounts for the feel and fit of it. This tutorial will show you how! This tie knot is called the Prince Albert. 

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Knitted Tie tying steps

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  1. Place the tie around your neck with the wide end on the right and the skinny end on the left. Position the wide end lower than the skinny end.
  2. Cross the wide end over the skinny end towards the left.
  3. Cross it underneath the skinny end towards the right.
  4. Cross it over the skinny end towards the left.
  5. Cross it underneath the skinny end towards the right.
  6. Cross it over the skinny end towards the left.
  7. Fold it up through the neck loop from underneath.
  8. Pass it down through the loops you’ve created in the knot.
  9. Pull down on the wide end to fasten the knot and then slide it up towards your neck.
How To Tie a Tie

ABOUT THIS KNOT

The Prince Albert Knot is the perfect gem for all your knitted ties. It gets the balance right between the size of the knot and the flexibility of the material. The Prince Albert Knot is asymmetric and slender that bodes perfectly with narrow to medium collared shirts.

Styling Tips

Knitted ties can be styled to suit virtually any occasion. They're perfect for your smart-casual weekend outings, and they can also be scrubbed up for weddings. Just pair them with some chinos if you want to wear them on the weekend or to a party, and if you have a formal occasion to go to, whip on a tailored jacket for the most sophisticated take.

Pressure points

Make sure that when you're manipulating the fabric, you keep the loops relatively loose. If you don't keep the fabric relaxed during the tying process, it will be too hard to feed your tie through the knot at the end.
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