Windsor Knot

Windsor Knot is known by many names – Full Windsor Knot, Double Windsor or Scapino Knot. The Duke of Windsor liked to wear very full knots and used thick clothing to achieve his signature look. To tie a knot the peoples of England built Windsor Knot in an attempt to emulate the Duke. Tying a knot it achieves the Duke’s strong knot without the need for heavy, thick material.

The Full Windsor Knot is often used by the armed forces in Britain for its authority and formality. It gives a symmetrical, triangular finish and is best suited for ties made of thick necks and light fabric So Let’s start tying a knot.

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How to tie a windsor knot

The Windsor Knot Step-by-Step instruction

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Guys let’s start first step, Start with the wide end of the tie on the right and the short end on the left. The tip of the short end should rest slightly above your belly-button. Only move the active (wide) end.
Remark – This will vary depending on your height and the length and thickness of your tie.

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Second step, Cross the wide end horizontally in front to make an X .

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Third step, Up into the neck loop from underneath.

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Fourth step, Down to the left.

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Fifth step, Around the back of the small end to the right.

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Sixth step, Up to the center, towards neck loop.

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Seventh step, Through the neck loop and down to the right.

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Eighth step, Across the front to the left.

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Ninth step, Up into the neck loop from underneath.

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Tenth step, Down through the loop you’ve just created in the front.

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Eleventh step, Tighten the knot by pulling it at the wide end. Up and adjust the knot.

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