“A Well-Tied tie is the First serious step in life” – Oscar Wilde

Series No. 1

Four in the Hand

Step 1:

Cross the wide end over the thin end

Step 2:

Bring the wide end around behind thin end

Step 3:

Continue to wrap the wide end around thin end

Step 4:

Bring the Wide end up and through the neck hole you have just created in your tie

Step 5:

Then down and through the loop created in step 4

Step 6:

Tighten knot

Extra tips:

The tip of the tie should touch your belt, and you should leave a dimple right under the knot for a bit of intended imperfection.

About The Author

I’m from Miami,Fl. Graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Entrepreneurship. in 2006 while attending college I started a screen printing business called LiveLife Company. Since then I have managed, designed, and produced several independent clothing lines. I hope to share some of my acquired knowledge and industry insight to help you grow and inspire your personal style.

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