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How to Tie a Tie

According to Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson, a mathematician in Stockholm, there are
177,147 ways to Tie a Tie. 

Luckily for most of us, only a handful of knots are commonly used. 

In this section of our web site we'll examine a few of the most common knots used to tie a Tie. 

The Four-in-Hand Knot

The Four-in-Hand Knot is a great knot to learn even if you are new to the world of wearing a Tie. 

The Four-in-Hand Knot is an easy knot to learn and mastering this knot should not take you too long at all (even for beginners).

The Four-in-Hand knot provides you with a narrow, discreet, slightly asymmetrical knot. 

Below, we've provided an easy to follow pictorial of the 6 steps involved in perfecting this knot.





Armed with the confidence gained by perfecting the Four-in-Hand Knot above, we'll move
on to a slightly more complicated knot.

The Groom's Man Knot

The Groom's Man Knot (also referred to as The Nicky Knot by many) is an easy knot to master with just a little practice and will deliver a crisp, medium-sized knot.

Below, we've provided an easy to follow pictorial of the 8 steps involved in perfecting this knot.





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