There is no better symbol of a formal wear than a suit with a necktie. There are many different types of tie knots that can express your taste and class.
Necktie came into existence in the 1800s and since then, ties have been dominating every work, date and wedding look. Tie knots can make your appearance look different and can add grace to your look.
Not only do flowers and chocolates make the perfect gift but ties too have their own meaning and occasions. People across the globe are stepping up their knotting skills and inventing their own ways to showcase their styles.
Simple tie knot
These are the small or oriental knots that are easiest to learn and tie around. It involves a small, triangular knot at the top that makes it look elegant. It is best to wear neckties made of thick fabric. They are compact and good for beginners.
The classic four-in-hand knot is one of the most popular tie knots. It stays in the limelight because it is a perfect variant for beginners to start with. They are simple and offer a versatile look.
The windsor knot is also referred to as the ‘Double windsor’ or ‘Full windsor’. It is bulky to fill your collar. It is best for people who have large/tall necks. It holds tight and doesn’t slip away when tied perfectly.
Half windsor knot
It is an excellent style for less thick and thinner width. It is very popular because of its versatility and suits perfectly on medium-spread collars. It is classic and makes it a perfect smart casual wear and it is a totally suitable business tie knot.
This is a classy knot tie that adds charm and elegance to your look. This small knot consumes a medium fabric of a tie and it looks highly symmetrical when it is tied together. This pretty simple knot can be finished in a few moves. This is a perfect party wear knot style.
This is an exceptional necktie knot, it is made out of a ribbon of fabric and it is tied around the center of the collar. It can be styled in business meetings, weddings, fancy dinners, parties and even night-outs in the town.