How to Tie a Bowtie

Tying a bowtie can be tricky. We always get a tone of questions about it, especially during wedding season.

So I did a little step-by-step tutorial with the good folks from The Today Show, because a gentleman with style never wears pre-tied or clip-on neckwear.

Start by adjusting the bowtie to your proper neck size (the backside should be adjustable with a clip and holes for different collar sizes).

Step 1

How to tie a bow tie

Put the bow tie underneath your collar, with the right side hanging about an inch lower.
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How To Tie A Tie In 5 Easy Steps

Clear illustrations and simple directions make learning how to tie a tie easy. Choose from how to tie a Windsor tie like James Bond or shoot for the classic Four-in-Hand. So guys,Just take a look below, then start practicing in front of a mirror.

Tying a Windsor Tie..

Windsor: Step One

Cross the wide end over the narrow, then slip the wide end up between the tie and the collar, then simply drop it back down.

Windsor: Step Two

Wrap the wide end behind the narrow end from right to left.

Windsor: Step 3 

Bring the wide end in front and over the loop between the collar and tie.


 

windsor:Step 4


Wrap the wide end around the narrow part one more time and slip up through the loop again.
Windsor: Step Five

Loosely stabilizing the knot, slip the wide end through it. Center the dimple. Tighten.
Now onto the Four-in-Hand…


Four-in-Hand: Step One

Begin with the fat end of your tie on your right and extend it about ten inches below the skinny end.

Four-in-Hand: Step Two

Cross the wide end of the tie over the narrow end of the tie and then continue underneath.

Four-in-Hand: Step Three

Cross the wide end over the narrow part one more time.

Four-in-Hand: Step Four

Cross the wide end over the narrow part one more time.

Four-in-Hand: Step Five

Hold the knot steady and slip the wide end down through the knot. Center dimple. Tighten.