Victoria Knot – How to tie a tie
Victoria knot is not symmetrical and medium in size. It is easy to learn and mostly use to wear on business or social events. It is recommended to wear with point collars or button-down collars. If you are here to learn how to tie a tie, must learn how to tie a victoria knot using the steps below.
- Drape the necktie around your collar
- Make an X-shape
- Make a horizontal band in front
- Make a horizontal band behind the knot
- Make a horizontal band again
- Tuck the thick end into the collar loop from behind
- Feed the thick end to the horizontal band
- Adjust the tie
Drape the necktie around your collar
Drape the necktie around your collar in such a way that the seam should be facing upward and the thick end of the tie should be on your left side. Also, the thick end should be 2-3 inches lower than the final position of the tie after completion.
Make an X-shape
Cross the thick end in front of the think end making an X-shape and then cross it from behind to the left.
Make a horizontal band in front
Pass the thick end from left to the right across the front.
Make a horizontal band behind the knot
Pass the thick end from right to the left from behind the knot.
Make a horizontal band again
Bring the thick end from left to the right in front of the tie knot making a horizontal band. Slip your finger into the newly created horizontal band.
Tuck the thick end into the collar loop from behind
Flip the thick end up from behind the tie knot and tuck it into the collar loop.
Feed the thick end to the horizontal band
Bring the thick end down through the collar and loop and by feeding the horizontal band in the way down.
Adjust the tie
Finally, adjust the tie by tightening the tie knot holding with one hand, and pulling the narrow end with the other hand.