Some tie knots are not suitable for certain shirt collars or ties. It is then imperative to take into account the width, the shape but also the thickness of the tie. In general, a thick tie is content with a simple knot while a thin tie allows the realization of a Windsor or Pratt knot.


01. How to make a simple tie knot?

The simple knot, also called the “regatta knot” or even the “four-in-hand” for the British, is inspired by the sailor knot “two half-hitches to capeler”. Low in thickness, it fits almost all ties and collars.



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02. The double or double-single tie knot

This knot, also called "Prince Albert" or "Victoria", is a derivative of the simple knot. It is characterized by a second passage of the pan of the tie. Double-single is recommended for narrow, supple and thin ties as well as elongated collars.



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