Four Easy & Awesome Ways to Tie Your Tie

Learning how to tie your tie is one of the most elementary skills a modern gentleman can have. And the best part? It's damn easy and once you learn from our simple how-to tips you'll be set to tie ties and knots with the best of them, potentially turning it into your very own superpower!


You simply can't go wrong with the four-in-hand knot. Why? Because it's the easiest knot to master and it can be used for literally any occasion.

Full Windsor

The aristocratic Windsor knot is a symmetrical knot best suited for formal occasions. Because of its rather bulky shape, it goes super well with open collars such as spread collars and those dashing cutaway collars.

Half Windsor

This variation is slightly less formal than a full windsor, and is suitable for both formal and smart casual scenarios. It pairs well with ties made of thicker such as cashmere and wool.

Pratt Knot

The Pratt knot was popularised it in the 1980s. It's starts with the seams facing up, which is different from the other knots we've learned about. But the major advantage is that doing so produces a reliably dapper dimple. Looking good!

And if you're looking for the perfect tie to apply your new knotting skills, consider our exclusive range of knitted ties. One of our bestsellers is the classic blue knitted tie which is perfect for work, play and anything in between. For weddings, one of the best options is a playful floral tie. So checkout our store today for our extensive range of ties.