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Welcome to the Distino Of Melbourne video instruction page on how to tie a tie. Below you will find clear video instructions on how to tie various tie knots including the windsor knot, the half windsor knot, the four in hand knot and the pratt knot.

1. The Full Windsor Knot
2. The Half Windsor Knot
3. The Four In Hand Knot
4. The Pratt Knot
5. Eight Easy Steps On How To Tie A Full Windsor Knot

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How To Tie A Full Windsor Knot

At Distino Of Melbourne, we believe the full windsot knot is the most attractive tie knot due to its symmetry and large size. All the Distino tie images are presented in a full windsor knot. This knot looks particularly good on spread collar shirts.

 

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How To Tie A Half Windsor Knot

The half windsor knot is a good knot to use if you like the symmetry of the knot but don't want it too large. It's also a good knot to use if you need to utilise the full length of your tie as less of the tie is required to make up the half windsor knot.

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How To Tie A Four In Hand Knot

While the four in hand knot is the most common of all tie knots, we believe it is one of the less attractive knots. The benefit of the four in hand knot is that it is easy to learn and easy to tie.

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How To Tie The Pratt Knot

The Pratt knot (also known as the Shelby knot) is made completely different to most tie knots. It can be slightly more difficult to learn however it does create a very presentable full symmetrical knot.

 

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Eight easy steps on how to tie the perfect full Windsor knot

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1. Take only approximately 2 inches of the 'tail' of the tie on your left hand side. 2. Lay the right hand side (the 'base' of the tie) across the front of the tail. 3. Bring the base up under the centre and lay it across the right hand side of the tail.

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4. Bring the base of the tie behind the tail of the tie and then push it through over the centre of the knot. 5. Bring the base of the tie back under the centre once again and then tighten to the desired knot size. 6. Bring the base of the tie horizontally across the knot and then pull it up behind the knot.

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7. Pull the base of the tie through the knot and then adjust as required. 8. Congratulations......you have completed your perfect full Windsor knot!

 

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