Tie Up A Tie

5 Different Ways To Transform A Tie Into A Stunning Knot

Here we present to you a list of different ways to tie a tie. A tie knot is considered prefect based on: symmetry, aesthetics, difficulty and knot size. We’ve selected 5 of the best tie knots, to give you just the edge you need to look your best at all times. Make a style statement with these knots anytime or simply use them to look elegant & stylish during those memorable events where you need to stand out.

#The Eldredge Knot

This knot is one of a kind. As opposed to the majority of tie knots, this one is produced by using the small end as the active end, creating a tapered fishtail braid-like effect. A very fancy knot that will surely leave a great impression.


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#The Fishbone Knot

This very beautiful tie knot is shaped in the form of a fishbone, hence the name. A very remarkable formal knot that is increasingly gaining respect. While somewhat challenging to tie, but is definitely worth the effort, because it always proves to make the best impression.


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#The Trinity Knot

A beautiful three-way symmetry knot. The design converges at a center point, producing a very eye-catching effect.


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#The Rose Knot

Perfect to get in touch with your romantic side. This amorous necktie knot is crafted in the shape of a rose. It shares similarities with the Trinity Knot, but is tied with an extra loop.


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#The Windsor Knot

A fantastic knot that is ideal for business context. The Windsor knot is thick, wide and triangular that projects confidence. Especially suited for the spread or cutaway collar.


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