Hanover Knot, How to tie a tie step by step guide
Hanover Knot

Hanover Knot, How to tie a tie step by step guide

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Hanover Knot – How to tie a tie

Hanover Knot: This tie is more perfect for men with large heights because it brings out all proportions. It has a good knot well suited to the tie shape. It is very easy to learn the spite of several steps that takes to complete. Because most of these steps are inversions or repetitions of the same turning pattern. It is highly recommended with separate collars and cut-away collars. In the way of learning how to tie a tie, follow the below steps to learn how to tie a Hanover knot.

  1. Drape the necktie around your collar
  2. Make an X-shape
  3. Bring the thick end from right to the left
  4. Tuck the thick end up through the collar loop
  5. Bring the thick end all the way down
  6. Bring the thick end from right to the left behind the tie
  7. Flip the thick end up from the right side to the collar loop
  8. Bring the thick end down from the collar loop, behind the knot
  9. Make a horizontal band
  10. Again bring the thick end upward from behind the tie to the collar loop
  11. Adjust the tie by pulling it all the way down through the horizontal band
Hanover Knot
Hanover Knot

1- Drape the necktie around your collar
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Drape the neck tie around your collar

With the seam exposed, drape the necktie around your collar. The thick end of the tie should be on your left side and should be 4-5 inches lower than the position where you want the tie to end.

 

 

2- Make an X-shape

Make an X-shape

Make an X-shape, cross the thick end from left to the right under the narrow end.

 

3- Bring the thick end from right to the left

Bring the thick end from right to the left

Bring the thick end from right to the left across the front of the thin end and hold on to the knot that is forming, with one hand.

 

4- Tuck the thick end up through the collar loop

Tuck the thick end up through the collar loop

Tuck the thick end up through the collar loop

 

5- Bring the thick end all the way down

Bring the thick end all the way down

Bring the thick end all the way down outside of any loop

 

6- Bring the thick end from right to the left behind the tie

Bring the thick end from right to the left behind the tie

Crossing behind the tie, bring the thick end from right to the left.

 

7- Flip the thick end up from the right side to the collar loop

Flip the thick end up from right side to the collar loop

Flip the thick end up from right side and tug into the collar loop making a diagonal on the left side of the knot.

 

8- Bring the thick end down from the collar loop, behind the knot

Bring the thick end down from the collar loop, behind the knot

Bring the thick end down from the collar loop, behind the knot and pull it through the right side.

 

9- Make a horizontal band

Make a horizontal band

Making a second horizontal band, bring the thick end from right to the left, and slip your finger underneath this newly created band.

 

10- Again bring the thick end upward from behind the tie to the collar loop

Again bring the thick end upward from behind the tie to the collar loop

Again bring the thick end upward from behind the tie through the loop around your collar.

 

11- Adjust the tie by pulling it all the way down through the horizontal band

Adjust the tie by pulling it all the way down through the horizontal band

Bring the thick end down through the second horizontal band and do the final adjustments by tighten the tie knot.

 

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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