This knot is one loop more complicated than the Half Windsor, so it’s two more complicated than the Four in Hand. It’s a large, symmetrical knot that’s good for thin ties or wide collars.

Ready?

Lift your collar and place the tie around your neck with the front side facing out. The wider end of the tie should be on your right. You’ll probably want to make the narrow tail of the tie much shorter than the wide end. Finding the right balance may take a few tries.

Over

Grab the wide end of the tie and cross it over the narrow tail.

Loop 1

Loop the wide end around the left branch of the Y at the top of the knot by putting it through’…

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