Christensen Tie Knot, How to tie a tie step by step blog
Christensen Tie Knot

Christensen Tie Knot, How to tie a tie step by step blog

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Christensen Tie Knot – How to tie a tie

Christensen Tie Knot is symmetrical and medium in size. It is mostly used to wear on business, casual and social occasions. It is recommended with spread collars. The men, who want to have a classy tie in less time, wear Christensen tie knot. In the way of learning how to tie a tie, Christensen knot is the best knot. Learn it using the below-mentioned steps.

  1. Drape the necktie around your collar
  2. Make an X-Shape
  3. Make a horizontal band behind the knot
  4. Flip the thick end into the collar loop
  5. Tuck the thick end down behind the knot
  6. Make a horizontal band in front of the knot
  7. Round the thick end behind the knot
  8. Make a horizontal band across the earlier horizontal band
  9. Flip the thick end up from behind the knot
  10. Bring the thick end down
  11. Final adjustments
Christensen Tie Knot
Christensen Tie Knot

 

  1. Drape the necktie around your collar

Drape the necktie around your collar

Drape the necktie around your collar in such a way that the thick end should be on your left side. Also the thick should be 4-6 inches lower than the final position you desire.

 

  1. Make an X-Shape

Make an X-Shape

Cross the thick end in front of the thin end making an X-shape.

 

  1. Make a horizontal band behind the knot

Make a horizontal band behind the knot

Bring the thin end from right to left making a horizontal band beh ind the knot.

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  1. Flip the thick end into the collar loop

Flip the thick end into the collar loop

Flip the thick end up into the collar loop.

 

  1. Tuck the thick end down behind the knot

Tuck the thick end down behind the knot

Tuck the thick end down behind the collar loop, emerging on the right side.

 

  1. Make a horizontal band in front of the knot

Make a horizontal band in front of the knot

Bring the thick end from right to left making a horizontal band in front of the knot.

 

  1. Round the thick end behind the knot

Round the thick end behind the knot

Bring the thick end from left to right behind the knot in a horizontal way.

 

  1. Make a horizontal band across the earlier horizontal band

Make a horizontal band across the earlier horizontal band

Bring the thick end from right to left making a horizontal band across the earlier horizontal band. Make space between both horizontal bands and the tie knot using your finger.

 

  1. Flip the thick end up from behind the knot

Flip the thick end up from behind the knot

Flip the thick end up and tuck it into the collar loop from behind the knot.

 

  1. Bring the thick end down

Bring the thick end down

Bring the thick down through both of the horizontal bands in front of the knot and pull it all the way down.

 

  1. Final adjustments

Final adjustments

Finally, adjust the tie by tightening the tie knot holding with one hand, and pulling the narrow end with the other hand.

 

Different Styles of Tie Knot:

How to tie a tie basic knot

Four in Hand Knot

Half Windsor knot

Full Windsor Knot

Balthus Knot

Bow Tie Knot

Cafe Knot Tie

Christensen Tie Knot

Eldredge Knot

Grantchester Knot Tie

Hanover Knot

Kelvin Knot

Nicky Knot

Plattsburgh Knot

Pratt Knot

St Andrews Knot

Trinity Knot

Victoria Knot

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