How to tie a tie - Dapperia Gentleman's Supply

How to tie a tie: EASY TIPS

Nobility, order, sophistication, honour are all symbolised by neckties. It doesn’t matter how much athleisure comes in fashion. Wearing a suit with the most acceptable tie never dies.  

Did you know that King Louis XIV of France worn the tie as a status symbol? While many of us think of it as just an accessory to formal wear, the king of France, noblemen, CEOs, and many people after him have understood the importance of a tie

People have admitted that wearing a tie makes them feel more confident, helps them look different, and even helps them gain more respect! It’s a minimal message that shows our attention to detail

That’s fascinating, but one thing that makes a tie a must-have accessory is that it decreases the clothing need. Owning a vast wardrobe of suits may seem difficult, but you can always own 100 ties. Just change the tie with the same suit, and you will look different every time! Isn’t that wise? 

I know that all of you love to wear a tie, be it for a job interview, a client meeting, to impress a date, or even dinner. But you all struggle with ‘How to tie a tie?’. It’s all in the details, right? And this is the main reason you are reading this article. 

Well, let’s go straight to learning the easy way to tie a tie

Easy ways to tie a tie 

I know the last few hours have been crazy for you to learn the perfect tie knot. There are thousand different tie knots to try, and you cant get one! You don’t have time, so here are a few methods step by step to help you on every occasion. Let’s start with the simplest of them.

  • Four-in-hand method - It is one of the easiest and the most classy ways to tie a tie. If you are a beginner, learning the four-in-hand method will help you understand other tie knots as well. Let’s begin with the steps to tie a four in hand knot

  1. Loop your tie around the neck. Keep the tick end on the left and make it about 3 to 4 inches lower than the thin side.
  2. Cross the thick side in front of the thin side
  3. Wrap the thick side around behind the thin side. Then cross horizontally from right to left.
  4. Then again, bring the thick side across the front from right to left. Put a finger under the knot.
  5. Now take the tip of the thick side, turn it upward and in so that it slides beneath the loop around your neck.
  6. Feed it down through the loop you have kept open with your finger.
  7. Tighten the knot down. 


Not only this method is easy to learn, but it is the oldest method. Tall men can use this method if they have a regular tie to tie as it takes less of the tie’s length. Now that you have learned how to do it, it’s time for a fun fact. 

~ From where does this knot get its name? The carriage drivers knot their reins to keep four horses in hand, thus getting the name - Four in hand. 


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