An easy six-step method for tying a bow tie starts with draping the tie around the neck so that one end hangs about 1 inch higher than the other. Take the longer end and cross it over the shorter end. Hold the two ends t... More »

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Instructions on how to tie a bow tie are avaialble at Tie.com, as well as at the websites The Tie Bar and Black Tie Guide. Although bow tie styles differ somewhat, all ties use the same basic knot. More »

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Tie a bow tie by wrapping one end around the other and tying a knot. This takes only a few minutes and requires a bow tie and two hands. More »

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There are many suitable ways to tie a necktie, including the simple style, the Half Windsor, the bow tie and the Kelvin. More adventurous options include the Elredge, the Balthus and the Trinity. More »

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To tie a tie in a Windsor knot, encircle the tie around the neck, wrap the wide end around the narrow end to make a knot and pull the wide end through the loop to make it inside-out. Pull the wide end through the loop a ... More »

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To tie a skinny tie, align the ends of the tie, cross the wide end around the narrow end, pull the wide end through the loop of your neck, cross the ends again, and then loop the wide end a second time. Pull the wide end... More »

There are a number of ways to tie a bandana around the neck, including the "Ascot Wrap," "French Knot" and "Square Knot" styles; however, the most popular method is the classic "Muffler" or "Western" style. This classic ... More »