Saturday, January 13, 2007

Do you know there are 85 ways to tie a tie?

Believe me, it is true. But it may not be so for any habitual user of ties.

There are people who would like to present themselves as the best and consider themselves as part of the elite crowd, this statement may entice them to know about the 85 different tie knots.

Just take a moment off and visit and meet the legendry Peter Belisi-the founder of Belisi brand of luxury wardrobes and accessories. Scroll down to read a few words about his brand.

But before that, read below about the four-in-hand necktie knot.

Besides being easy, it is a very elegant necktie knot, especially when accompanied by a dimple. To manage the dimple, just place a finger inside the first loop you’ve made with the tie as you pull the front piece of the tie through. If you tie a dimple the first time you wear the tie, you’ll train the necktie to fall into place thereafter.

The four-in-hand is considered by many to be the first necktie knot. The Windsor and the half-Windsor, necktie knots that are attributed to the Duke of Windsor, are also very elegant ways to tie a tie, and when done well they form large symmetrical necktie knots that are ample to fill the wide a spread collar shirt.

The four-in-hand necktie knot also has the right proportions to accommodate a variety of shirt collar styles and sizes.

About Belisi’s brand:
“Belisi unites the luxury and prestige of Palm Beach with Italian beauty and sophistication. Inside Belisi we cultivate a passion for exquisite materials and skilled craftsmanship.
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How to Tie a Tie said...

85 ways to tie a tie if you have a lot of time on your hands four ways to tie a tie should do the trick.