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St Andrews Knot, How to tie a tie step by step guide

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St Andrews Knot – How to tie a tie

St Andrews Knot: This tie knot is perfect to wear on a date night and even on a business meeting. It is medium and slightly narrow in size and easy to learn. It is recommended on point collars and button down collars. In the way of learning, how to tie a tie, saint Andrew knot is the best knot. And below are the steps to learn how to tie a bow tie.

  1. Drape the necktie, around your collar
  2. Make an X-shape
  3. Bring the thick end on front
  4. Make a loop
  5. Make vertical loop
  6. Make a horizontal loop above the vertical loop
  7. Make a horizontal band
  8. Bring the vertical end upside down through the horizontal band
  9. Adjust the tie
St Andrews Knot
St Andrews Knot

1- Drape the necktie, around your collar

Drape the necktie, around your collar

With the seam facing upward, drape the necktie around your collar. Thick end should be on your left side and also should be 2-3 inches lower than the final tie position.

 

2- Make an X-shape

Make an X-shape

Making an X-shape beneath your chin, under the thin end horizontally cross the thick end.

 

3- Bring the thick end on front

Bring the thick end on front

Bring the thick end in front of the thin end, a crossing in horizontal position.

 

4- Make a loop

Make a loop

Continue to make a loop from left to right, by passing the thick end horizontally behind the thin end.

 

5- Make vertical loop

Make vertical loop

After making a loop flip the thick end up and over the front vertically. Then tuck the thick end back down behind the knot.

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6- Make a horizontal loop above the vertical loop

Make a horizontal loop above the vertical loop

Bring the thick end out from right side of it and fold to the left of the thick end.

 

7- Make a horizontal band

Make a horizontal band

From left to right, bring the thick end across the front of the knot, making a horizontal band. Slip your finger through it.

 

8- Bring the vertical end upside down through the horizontal band

Bring the vertical end upside down through the horizontal band

Now bring the thick end up through the collar loop and tuck it down through the horizontal band you have just created.

 

9- Adjust the tie

Adjust the tie

Tighten the knot and pull the thick end all the way down by grasping the knot with on hand and pulling the thick end with the other hand carefully.

Try to make your knot crisp and fix it at the right length.

 

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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