How To Tie a Perfect Half Windsor Knot

author®   5 год. назад

1,465 Like   171 Dislike

How to Tie a Tie (Mirrored / Slowly) - Full Windsor Knot

How to tie a tie step by step tutorial. If you want quick and easy you can use the gear icon to adjust the settings to "speed 1.5" to view it faster and/or click here to jump to the first step in this video: Reverse angle of How to Tie a Windsor Knot: New Eldredge Knot: Tie Length video: The 10 second Simple Knot (four-in-hand): Faster version Full Windsor (2 minutes): Pattern: Out, Behind, In, Across, Out. This is a mirrored version of the demonstration on how to tie a Full Windsor Knot using the "tie hole" method. Now with Arabic, Bangla, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, English, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, and Vietnamese caption translations. Let me know if you find any errors! Audio translation for Spanish, German, and Hindi below: Cómo hacer nudo de corbata windsor paso a paso en español Wie Sie eine Krawatte binden Deutsch एक टाई टाई करने के लिए कैसे

How to Tie a Tie: THE TRINITY KNOT (slow+mirrored=beginner) | How to Tie a Trinity Knot (easy)

New Knot - The Half Windsor: NOT YOUR DADDY'S NECKTIE The trinity knot is arguably the coolest necktie knot of this generation! When a regular knot just won’t cut it, choose the trinity, you'll be glad you did. See more tips below on how to tie a tie with the trinity knot. Keep looking classy! Quick version: coming soon All our videos come with a slow and quick version, so bookmark the quick version so you can refer to it in the future. SKIP AHEAD YOU OVER ACHIEVER Choosing a tie: STRIPES - 00:12 Aligning - 00:40 Step 1: Pinch and Cross - 01:03 Step 2 - 01:18 Step 3: The Center - 01:35 Step 4: Bottom & Top - 02:07 Step 5: The Side - 03:06 Step 6: Tightening - 03:30 Tightening With Stripes - 04:44 Conclusion - 06:07 MAKE US WISH WE COULD CLONE YOU Some viewers just rock. Be one of them by completing the following tasks: 1. Comment on this video. We still read them all and respond to the most creative and thoughtful. 2. Subscribe to MyNiceTie: 3. Tag your knot #mynicetie on Instagram: 4. Buy at tie and change the world: DON'T CHOOSE SOLIDS We recommend a striped tie all the way! If you use a solid pattern with the trinity knot, you'll be surprised at how many people don't even notice you're awesome knot. Buy a striped tie and change the world: MUST WATCH: TIGHTENING SECTION If you want the best possible trinity knot, make sure to pay close attention to the tightening steps (04:44). The trick is to get the stripes to line up with each other to create either a star or triangle pattern. LEARN FROM THE FREAKING BEST Since we posted our first video in 2007, we've taught more people how to tie a tie than anyone in the history of the world (thanks YouTube!). One of the most consistent comments we get is, "with your videos, I learned how to tie a tie my first try" Teaching someone something new isn't easy. It takes practice and a little bit of instinct. In this how to tie a tie video we make sure to go slow so that beginners can learn the knot the first time through. If this isn't your first time, check out our quick version: (coming soon) All our videos come with a slow and quick version, so bookmark the quick version so you can refer to it in the future. HOW MYNICETIE CHANGES THE WORLD Did you know that MyNiceTie give a portion of every sell to help poor people all over the world! Check out our cause:

How to Tie a Half Windsor Knot with Dimple (step-by-step)

How do you tie a half windsor knot with dimple? This will mark you out as someone that really knows how to tie a tie. The perfect dimple in your tie knot is a hard look to achieve, so this will take a little practice. Please be patient! Any questions or comments, please leave them in the comments section below and don't forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! If you want to visit the Reef Knots shop, you can find us at: 40 Leadenhall Market, London, EC3V 1LT Reef Knots products (including the tie in the video) can be purchased at: Current Camera Gear Set-up and Amazon links: CAMERA - Canon 80d: Wide Lens - Canon 10-18mm STM: Portrait Lens - Canon 50mm 1.8: Camera Microphone - Rode Video Mic Pro: Camera DSLR Stand - Joby Gorilla Pod: Drone - DJI Spark Fly More Combo: iPhone Stabilizer - Zhiyun Smooth Q: Headphones - Beats Dre Wireless:

How To Tie A Double Four-In-Hand | Tie A Tie

In today's video, I'm showing you how to tie my favorite tie knot - the double four-in-hand. For my money, there’s no other tie knot with the same brand of style and casual ease than the double four-in-hand. It’s simple. It’s not perfectly symmetrical. And with it’s double wrap around, it’s got an element of style that you only see when you look at it more closely. Also, as a guy with a shorter torso, that double wrap really helps “shorten” the tie a little making them not appear as if they’re too long or forcing me to tuck the narrow end into my shirt. It’s important to note that while a double four-in-hand knot works with most ties, it does not work with all ties. This is not the knot to use with a thick wool tie as the thickness of the fabric would make the tie knot so incredibly large that it would appear utterly ridiculous. WATCH THIS NEXT: He Spoke Style Closet Tour Preparing To Launch the HSS Shop CONNECT WITH HE SPOKE STYLE! I N S T A G R A M: @hespokestyle F A C E B O O K: @hespokestyle T W I T T E R: @hespokestyle QUESTIONS? Send an email to BUSINESS CONTACT: Jane Lim:

How to Tie a Tie | Half Windsor | For Beginners

How to tie a tie - easy and quick. The Half Windsor (aka Single Windsor) is a popular way of tying a necktie with a sharp, symmetrical, triangular knot. It's perfect for job interviews, proms, weddings, formals, graduations, work and business meetings. The Half Windsor is larger than the Four in Hand knot, but smaller (and easier) than the traditional Windsor (aka Double Windsor or Full Windsor). The Half Windsor originates from the Windsor, but don't be deterred by its simplicity. When tied correctly, the Half Windsor evokes respect, professionalism and sophistication. Wear a tie with refinement. There are many ways to tie a necktie. This is one of the best. The instructions in this video tutorial are suitable for all ages - for beginners, novices, the burgeoning fashionista or the expert stylist looking to bring that look to perfection. Viewers are guided - step by step - slowly and clearly - on how to wear a neck-tie. Check out our video on how to tie a tie using the Double Windsor knot: If you're looking for something quicker and easier, try how to tie a tie using the Four-in-hand knot: If you found this helpful, please feel free to like, subscribe or share this video. Thanks for watching. -- TRANSCRIPT Hi there, I’m going to show you one of the most popular ways to tie a tie – using the Half Windsor knot. The Half Windsor is a symmetrical, triangular knot. It is very easy to do. Start with your collar up and the tie around your neck like this. Take the narrow end of the tie in your left hand and the wide end in your right hand. Now cross each end over – wide end on top – and leave about this much on the narrow end. That is about seven inches or eighteen centimetres. That will save you a lot of time and hassle later on. Wrap the wide end of the tie around the back. The back of the wide end of the tie should be facing outwards at this point. Next, take the wide end of the tie and thread it through the top of this opening, and thread it down like this. Notice that the back end is still facing outward. Now put your index finger on the knot, and with your right hand, wrap the wide end of the tie around the front – creating a cover. With your right hand, push the wide end of the tie through this opening again from the back. Notice how your index finger has created a little tunnel. What you need to do now is thread the tie down through the tunnel and pull it down. The last step is to adjust and tighten the tie – alternating between the long and short ends – gradually pulling the knot up – shaping it as you go – until the tie is exactly how you want it to be. And there you have your Half Windsor knot! Thanks for watching. I hope you found this helpful.

Step-by-step tutorial for this knot here:

The Half Windsor is a time-honored necktie knot that will fit for just about any occasion. Tie this medium-sized, moderately symmetrical knot and other necktie knots from

Follow us for special promos and giveaways:

Google Plus:

Please watch: "The HYPEST Tie Rack Ever! |"

Comments for video: