Tutorials for Unique Ways to Wear a Tie can be hard to find; trust me, I looked. So here are 8 videos to help you be unique!
This week started with a tutorial on making custom neckties HERE. Then I shared a tutorial for making tie clips and hair clips HERE. So today I’m sharing some short videos that will show you unique ways to wear a tie!
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8 Unique Ways to Wear a Tie
Here are all 8 ways I came up with in one video. I even included the classic half Windsor knot. After this video I will share a shorter video for each of the styles.
If you can’t see this video, try watching it on YouTube HERE.
Half Windsor Knot
Half Bow with Wrap and Tuck
On the Side Layered Folds
On the Side Wrap and Tuck
Folded, Wrapped, and Clipped Collar
One Side Layered, Wrapped, and Clipped
Wrapped Fan Fold
Clipped Side Accordion Fold
OK friends, that was 8 unique ways to wear a tie – or 7 unique ways and the half Windsor knot. The half Windsor may not be very unique, but it’s something I think everyone should know how to do. You never know when it may come in handy.
Happy tying and styling my fashionista friends! Now make yourselves some awesome ties then try out these styles. You’ll make a statement and have some fun.
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