Nothing completes an outfit like a well-tied tie. We've selected 6 simple knots, suitable for every occasion.
A small dimple below the knot will add interest and casual style to your tie. To create one, simply pinch the sides of the tie together just under the knot as you're tightening it.
A gentleman's tie should never look too perfect, so practice these techniques a few times, and then simply relax. You'll be the best dressed man at any event.
Also known as the schoolboy knot, the four-in-hand is often the first knot we learn. It's a simple and stylish method, which looks good with any shirt.Learn to tie the Four-in-Hand knot
Very similar to the Four-in-Hand, but with one more loop in the knot. It produces a slightly thicker finished knot that is particularly useful to bulk up finer ties.Learn to tie the Double knot
Supposedly named after a former Duke of Windsor, this is a wide, symmetrical style. It looks great on a wider tie.Learn to tie the Windsor knot
This is a neat and triangular knot, but less bulky than the full Windsor. The half-Windsor is a more relaxed look for formal occasions and the office.Learn to tie the Half-Windsor knot
The small knot, also known as the Kent or Shelby knot, is one of the simplest methods. It works particularly well with slim shirts and suits.Learn to tie the Small knot