How To Tie A Four-In-Hand Knot or Simple Knot


There are lots of ways to tie a tie. Some are simple while others are complicated. It’s important to know the simplest way first before doing the other tie techniques.

For this post, I’ll focus on the easiest and simplest way for me to tie a tie and it’s called a Four-In-Hand tie knot. I, myself at first didn’t even know how to make a knot for my tie. After I learned it, it’s not that hard at all.

The Four-In-Hand tie knot also known as the Simple tie knot goes well with all types of men ties. It has a slightly longer and a narrower shape than other knots so it’s best suited for dress shirts or long-sleeved polo with narrow collar spreads. It’s a very simple knot that’s very easy to do.

Here’s a video of the instructions on How To Tie A Four-In-Hand Knot or Simple Knot.

Note that popping-up your collar and buttoning the top button before you do the knot makes it easier to execute the steps. Also, ties are not all the same lengths, if you did a longer or shorter necktie tie knot, you can repeat the process to suit the proper length.

The Four-In-Hand tie knot is very suitable for beginners and also for those male newly graduates. You can also try the Half Windsor and Full Windsor tie knots. Practice this type of knot first and when you’re already good at it you can try the more complex ones.

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