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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Dmac77, Oct 24, 2008.
Just wondering (Poll will be up in a few minutes)
I like the four-in-hand..... first knot I learned how to tie and have pretty much just stuck with it...
Double windsor, although sometimes, depending on my mood and tie, I go with the single.
Also, I am sometimes in the mood for one of those super huge european knots; I've had 'em as big as my fist before. There wasn't much tail left. lol
Four-in-hand. Mine always looks a little crooked. Heh!
I am a double windsor fan.
Umm...Whatever style the clip ons have
Windsor for me.
Whatever's the first hit when I get frustrated and google "how to tie a tie"
I picked other, for no knots for me
I HATE any form of Tie as it is a noose for men
Erm, it depends on the tie for me. I tie skinny ties Four-in-Hand and generally tie standard width ties Pratt. I should use the Windsor knots more, though.
I second that....
I prefer not wearing a tie.
but I use a double windsor
Ok someone explain the differences. Id imagine I would say a windsor. After some research I will say the four in hand knot.
Dad always used full windsor and that's what he taught me.
I prefer the ties remain in my closet.
FYI, for those wondering: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Necktie#Types_of_knots
Full Windsor which has a symmetrical triangle shape for formal events and Half Windsor which has more or a relaxed longer triangle look for whatever.
It depends on width of tie for me. Either a Windsor or Four-in-Hand.
I seem to do the small knot. That is the way I was taught
Looks like I'm in the majority: it's a Windsor knot for me.
Speaking of ties, I've seen in TV shows, movies, and in real life girls tie a tie for a guy who is struggling with it. What's with more girls knowing how to tie ties than men?
Half- (or "Single") Windsor. Only style I could manage consistently, although the quality of the tie affects that. I suppose that I should wear bolos as I'm an Arizonan--it is the official state neckwear.
OK, after looking at the diagrams, I realized that after all these years it's been the Four in Hand. My dad taught (and told) me the knot, calling it a Single Windsor. First thing I ever discovered he mislead me about, and I'm going to promptly forget it; I prefer to keep my memories of him as perfect and unrealistic as possible.
Maybe I should go bolo. No knots, no confusion.
A bolo, I might could handle. Nice West look to it
four in hand...
I always thought it was a half windsor I did, but apparently it's the full windsor.
I don't wear them that often anyway.