A tie is an important attribute of a classic men's suit. Often it becomes the only accessory that can emphasize the individual style of a man. Women, too, do not hesitate to wear ties, which differ from men in smaller width and length. There are a huge number of tie knots, designed for the peculiarities of its shape (knots for narrow long ties, knots for wide ties). A large knot such as a windsor or semi-windsor is suitable for thin long ties.
Tie a half-windsor knot. To do this, lifting the collar, throw the tie over the neck and place it face up on the chest. Wide end on the right.
Rotate the wide end of the tie around the narrow end. Fold the wide end back into the resulting loop. It will turn out like a knot on the wrong side.
Twist the wide end of the tie again and fold it over your face through the loop. Spread the knot, attach the ends of the tie to the shirt with a special clip.
To tie the Windsor knot, throw the tie over the collar, wrong side up. With the wide end, make a half turn around the narrow one.
Slip the wide end over the crossing of the ends (loop).
Drag the wide end to the right, wrap around the loop again.
Bring the wide end to the left and back. Thread through the loop and out facing forward. Spread the knot and secure the ends of the tie to the shirt with a clip.