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Types of Tie Knots

Ties are the explicit accessories which are put on by gentlemen


so as to wear aesthetic looks and noble expressions during the
professional meetings. Besides, ties are meant to enhance the
overall appearance and thus have the potential to supplement
the precise elegance which are initially sought through the
bespoke suits. Nevertheless, as in the case of every object of
charm and splendor, the ties have also undergone swift changes
over the decades and today, 30 different tie knots are claimed by
the fashion designers with global reach. Hence, given below are
the 30 different styles by which ties can be put on (and can be
flaunted) during a range of occasions while seeking style. But to
begin with, let us content that every specific tie know is adjusted
as per 4 different factors, namely, aesthetics, symmetry,
difficulty and knot size. But the tie styles can be worn on any
working and can also be chosen on special occasions simply to
look different from the rest.
The given blow is the information about tie knots which you may
never know existed:

THE ELDREDGE KNOT:


This tie knot is hailed to
be the most unique one
and stands out among
the array of tie knot.
Such a tie knot can be
woven by making
optimum use of small
end of the tie and thus a
tapered fishtail braid-like
effect is sought thereby.
The knot reflects people
at length and can also
have a good impact
upon your colleagues in
office or at field.

THE TRINITY KNOT


It is yet another most
delicate knot which is
characterized by a
three-way symmetry
and has the disguise of
Celtic Triquetra. The
pattern gathers around
the central point and it
enhances the overall
attraction of the face
above such knots
manifolds.

THE VAN WIJK KNOT


It is characterized by
third turning of the
active end and when
the tie is tied precisely,
it casts an imposingly
layered cylindrical
effect. Moreover,
fashion stalwarts claim
such knot to be highly
versatile with shirts of
brighter shades and the
knot is recommended
for confined collars and
is best paired with a
vest.

THE FISHBONE KNOT


It is a supreme artistic
accomplishment of a tie
and tie style is known
by such name as the
final appearance of tie
is shown to be in such
form. Though it is
tedious to seek such a
knot precisely but this
knot has garnered a
huge distinction in
recent times.

THE ROSE KNOT


Are you planning a
romantic date ahead,
then such a tie know
will be an ideal
elegance collateral.
Though it has some
resemblance with the
trinity knot but still has
been greeted warmly
across the European
and American muscular
bodies and especially on
a Valentines Day.

THE ELLIE KNOT


It owe its appearance to
Eldredge knot but tying
such a knot type is
pretty easier and even
ties with limited lengths
can be apt for it. It looks
stunning with half
opened collars and can
be bound and loosened
in a normal way like a
windsor.

THE TRUELOVE KNOT


It is just like any other
sterling knot and 4
sections are created by
such a knot. It is
considered to be harsh
to tie such a know with
precision and ties with
stripe are largely
thought to be an ideal
accessory for such
knots. Fashion stalwarts
claim that such knots
are not meant for young
boys rather it is for the
livid lady killers.

THE BOUTONNIERE KNOT


Long loops are the
distinct features in such
tie knots and wider
collars are considered to
be apt for such types.
The implicit loops are,
however, share drastic
similarity with Fishbone
knots but still such knot
types showcase sterling
finishes when they are
put under the collars.
These can be used
during office hours as
well as when one is on
casual outings.

THE KRASNY HOURGLASS


KNOT
Such a tie knot is
developed by using 4 in
hand while a
supplementary knot is
place with the help of small
end but right below the
main knot. Hence, it
enables one to secure a
typical hourglass looks in
his tie. However, the
downside with such knot is
that it will be difficult to get
it modified or adjusted in
the subsequent attempts
and hence it needs to be
developed perfect in the
maiden attempt itself.
Stripe ties are best suited
for such type of knots.

THE MEROVINGIAN KNOT


It is also known by the
term Edity Knot and the
looks of such a
particular knot is
enhanced by the
Merovingian element.
Besides, the knot is
pretty special and it
gives a feeling of yet
another tie within the
main tie.

THE ATLANTIC KNOT


It is considered to be a
typical knot and it is a
reserved depiction of
Pratt Knot. The end
result is an inside-out
knot that is largely
marked by complex
knot structure which
remains concealed on
the back. Such a knot is
considered for festivities
and during family gettogethers.

THE CAPE KNOT


Such a knot is a slight
variation of Atlantic
Knot and it further adds
to the aesthetic value.
Such a knot works best
with the single colour
ties and attracts the
nerves of by-standers at
length.

THE CAPSULE KNOT


It is just like the Atlantic
knot and the Cape Knot
but tying it, is a lengthy
process. Such a tie knot
is for the informal
occasions and suites the
half-wide collar
openings.

THE GRANTCHESTER
KNOT
It is usually a giant,
thick and gives out an
amorphic looks. Trend
setters compare it with
the St Andrews Knot
since it has an
additional angle at the
end. Such ties are made
up of silk or other
lightweight materials
only as other ties of
fabrics will look
awkward in regard to
such knots.

THE LINWOOD TAURUS


KNOT
Such knots are
implemented to secure
a style statement and it
is largely a symmetrical
art. It appears to be bull
like and hence it looks
stunning during the
casual outings. It is
meant for thick ties and
are precisely matched
with open collar shirts.

THE WINDSOR KNOT


It is hailed to be a
fabulous necktie that is
largely recommended
for business meetings. It
is a thicker, wider tie
knot which is triangular
in shape and that
underlines confidence. It
is exclusively meant for
the cutaway collars.

THE HALF-WINDSOR
KNOT
It is simply the
reinvention of Full
Windsor Knot and when
it is precisely tied, it
reflects a vivid
symmetrical triangular
and it thus looks
mesmerizing with any
shirt. It is extremely
accomplished while it is
worn on jobs or while at
leisure.

THE NICKY KNOT


It is just mulled to be an
improved version of
Pratt Knot where lesser
turns are needed but it
produces a symmetrical
knot which
compensates for halfspread collars. Ties of
wool are held to be apt
for such type of knots.

THE PLATTSBURGH KNOT


Unlike the St. Andrews
Knot, it gives out a
symmetrical knot which
is largely characterized
by a broader cone like
shape and with a shrink
opening. The knot is
overall pretty
sophisticated one and
which is considered to
be an ideal for jobs and
for parties. However,
knitted and woven ties
are termed best for
such knots.

THE BALTHUS KNOT


Such a knot type is
typically meant for
occasions like weddings
and formal events. It is
considered ideal for
paisley ties and wide
collar shirt which is
supplemented by a
nice-looking vest.
Additionally, a long neck
tie is recommended
with such knots, since
the knot type consumes
a lot of fabric.

THE ONASSIS KNOT


Such a knot is held to
be pretty simpler than
the Windsor Knot and
the person needs to
simply draw the wide
end of the tie behind
and over the main knot.
It gives out stunning
looks with wise collar
openings and such a
knot calls for ties which
are lengthier in size.

THE PRATT KNOT


Such a knot looks
elegant and it requires
lesser fabric as well.
Moreover, it best suits
any shirt and wider
neckties are developed
from light to medium
fabrics. Fashion gurus
regard such knots for
formal meetings as it
gives out an impression
of great
accomplishment.

THE FOUR-IN-HAND
KNOT
This is an easy to tie, slender,
tapered, asymmetrical, selfreleasing knot. It's best suited
for the standard button-down
dress shirt and works best with
wide neckties made from
heavy fabrics. Use for semiformal events, when you want
to be discreet.Such a knot is
simple to tie and then it is
slender, tapered,
asymmetrical and a selfreleasing knot. It looks
stunning with button-down
dress shirts and looks pretty
elegant with wider neckties
which are developed from
heavier fabrics. It is largely
used with semi-formal events,
when one wants to have a
discreet appearance.

THE CHRISTENSEN KNOT


Such a knot is long,
narrow, and an
asymmetric one that is
held to be perfect for
shirts with smaller
collars. It suits ties of
any design and shade
and is recommended for
formal occasion as well
as casual moments.

THE PERSIAN KNOT


It is characterized by a
large, elegant and
triangular knot that
suits the slim neckties
and is easily paired with
narrow or half-wide
collar openings. It can
be tied for casual times
and also on jobs.

THE CAVENDISH KNOT


If one aims for the
asymmetric looks for
Half Windsor, but still
insists on slightly bigger
and longer knot, it will
be the apt option for
him. It can be put on for
official hours as well as
for casual outings. A
confined collar opening
will be termed as ideal
for such type of knot.

THE ERIC GLENNIE BRAIDED


KNOT
It is widely used for
formal as well as for
casual outings. Such
knots look astonishing
with ties with stripes
and also with those
which are knittedpatterned ones.

THE FOUR RINGS KNOT


Sans doubt, it is hailed
to be the great tie knot
and it is meant to be
tied loosely and the end
result is that a puffy
knot is sought at the
end which is marked by
4 rings. Ties with darker
shades but that are of
silk fabric are the best
options for such knots.
Such a knot is highly
recommended for
parties and they look
stunning for casual
weekends too.

THE DIAGONAL KNOT


This is a highly
asymmetrical and
unusual knot that's best
served for evening
occasions. It goes well
with a tie made of light
fabric, in a solid color,
and with a subtle
pattern, so as not to
make the knot look
overly confusing while
still giving it some
additional details.

Finally, it is yet another profoundly


symmetrical and a distinct knot that is
best suited for leisure evenings. It is
best suited with the ties which are
made up of light fabrics but are of solid
colour and with subtle and simpler
patterns.
Source : www.KingsleyTailors.com