13 Types of Tie Knots to Master – Different Ways to Wear Neckties
By Catherine Nyorani
Here’s a list of various types of knots to help you make a memorable first impression wherever you go.
Four In Hand Knot
This is the simplest tie knot, and a true classic. And because it’s so easy to tie, it’s a great place to start if you’re rusty on tie knots in general.
Half Windsor Knot
This is an excellent tie knot for less thick ties and of medium width.
Full Windsor Knot
The Full Windsor Knot is also known as the Double Windsor or simply as the Windsor Knot.
The Prince Albert
The Prince Albert Knot can be worn to casual business events and social gatherings.
The Café Knot is a ridiculously difficult knot to tie, but impressive if you’re smooth enough to hack it.
The Van Wijk Knot
It’s an adaption from the Prince Albert Knot that debuted much earlier, adding a visual twist with three loops for an amazing cascading effect.
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