Tie a full Windsor knot by crossing both ends of the tie, folding the wide end up and over the crossed portion twice, threading the wide end through the loop and pulling the knot tight. It takes only a few minutes to accomplish this task.
- Position the tie
Position the tie over your shoulders with the wide end longer and on your right side. The thin end needs to rest over your left shoulder and be much shorter.
- Cross the ends
Cross the wide end over the narrow or smaller end.
- Make the first knot
Bring the wide end behind, up and over the crossed portion to the left of the tie.
- Make the second knot
Cross the wide end behind and to the right of the thin end. Bring it over, up and behind the crossed portion to the right side.
- Make the loop
Take the wide end, which should be on the right of the thin end, and cross it horizontally over the thin end to the left side. Bring it behind, up and over the knot.
- Tie the knot
Thread the wide end down and through the loop you just created.
- Pull the knot tight
Pull on the wide end to tighten the knot.