How to Tie a Simple Knot Necktie\nThe Simple knot is the quickest and easiest tie knot to master. You’ll find people of all shapes and sizes love this not due to its simplicity—hence the name. If you’re in a rush or looking for an easy tie not, look no further.\n\nWith the tie facing backwards around your neck, start with the wide end of the tie on your right and the thin end on your left. Ideally, the thin tip of the tie should rest slightly above your navel.\nPull the wide end underneath the thin end.\nCross the wide end over the thin end to the right.\nPull the wide end up through the neck loop.\nPull it down through the loop you just made.\nFinish by pulling the wide end down and sliding the knot up to tighten.\n\n \nHow to Tie a Four-In-Hand Knot Necktie\nDue to its simplicity and versatility, the Four-in-Hand knot is one of the most popular necktie knots for businesspeople. It’s likely the first tie knot you were taught when you were in school and can be used with a wide variety of tie widths and styles.\n\nWith the tie facing forwards around your neck, start with the wide end of the tie on your left and the thin end on your right. Ideally, the thin tip of the tie should rest slightly above your navel.\nCross the wide end over the thin end to the left.\nPull it under the thin end and to the right.\nPull it across the front and back to the left.\nPull it up through the neck loop from underneath.\nPull it down through the loop you made.\nFinish up by pulling down on the wide end and sliding the knot up.\n\n \n\nHow to Tie a Half-Windsor Knot Necktie\nA classic 9 to 5 tie knot, this style offers perfect proportions while using slightly less fabric compared to the full Windsor knot. Because of this, taller men who need more fabric for their tie may opt for this style compared to others.\n\nWith the tie facing forwards around your neck, start with the wide end of the tie on your left and the thin end on your right. Ideally, the wider tip of the tie should be 1\/3rd longer than the thinner end.\nCross the wide end of the tie over the thin end and around the back to the left.\nPull the wide end up over the outside of the knot then down through the inside of the neck loop.\nPull the wide end of the tie to the right so it faces inside out.\nCross the wide end over the front of the knot to the left.\nPull the wide end up through the neck hole.\nFeed the wide end down through the loop you just made.\nTighten by pull the wide end down while moving the tie knot upwards.\n\n \nHow to Tie a Windsor Knot Necktie\nWorn by everyone from business executives to Prime Ministers, the Windsor knot is a timeless tie knot. It’s classic triangular look takes some practice to master, but when you do, you’ll be the envy of every other tie-wearer.\n \n\nWith the tie facing forwards around your neck, start with the wide end of the tie on your right and the thin end on your left. Ideally, the thin tip of the tie should rest slightly above your navel.\nCross the wide end over the thin end to the left.\nPull it around and up the neck loop.\nPull it down and to the left.\nCross around the back of the thin end to the right.\nPull it up in front of the neck loop to the centre.\nPull it down through the neck loop and back to the right.\nCross it over the front to the left.\nPull it up into the neck loop from the back\nPull it down through the loop you made.\nFinish up by pulling down on the wide end and sliding the knot up.\n\n\n \n \nOur Favourite Tie Wearing Tips \u0026amp; Tricks\nTo truly master the art of wearing a tie, we’ve compiled a list tips and tricks to help elevate your look. Find our tips on how to wear a tie:\n\n\nTie your tie to the right length: As a rule, your finished tie should end near the middle to the top of your belt Ties that are shorter than that may make your torso appear shorter, while longer ties that go below your belt buckle look out of place.\n\nPair the tie knot to your shirt collar: Depending on the style of collar your shirt has; certain tie knot styles may look better. Shirts with wider, thicker collars look best with wider tie knots, like a Windsor or Half Windsor. On the other hand, straighter, thinner collars look better with a narrower knot like the Four-In-Hand.\n\nEnsure your tie is clean and wrinkle free: Before putting on your tie, make sure there aren’t any stains or wrinkles on it. You might be able to spot-clean a tie with a damp cloth or hand wash it with a mild detergent. To remove wrinkles, use a cold iron or steamer.\n\nMatching your body to your tie width: While skinny ties are popular with the modern man, they don’t necessarily suit all body types. Broader men look best in wider tie styles to complement their wider shoulders, while skinny ties suit a slimmer man’s build.\n\n \nTying it Up\nWhen it comes to tying ties, practice makes perfect. Spend a few minutes trying each knot and see which one you prefer. Shop our latest range of men’s ties at GAZMAN now.