How to tie a tie: The St Andrew – Symmetric Classic Necktie Knot

How to tie a tie:  The St Andrew – Symmetric Classic Necktie Knot


Thanks for watching Tied Up in Sydney. Today I’m going to continue along with those easy-to-follow steps to help you
remember how to tie those classic necktie knots. We’re starting to use a
lot more fabric. Your knots are gonna get larger from here. I’ve got the St. Andrew
knot tied today. It’s great for your skinny ties, your bold patterns… I’ll take
it down and show you how to tie it. With the St Andrew knot, we’ll will be starting
with the first move “left out of the diagram.” So that means the seam side is facing out and we’re using quite a bit more fabric now and getting larger knots.
For me, the tail is going to be just above my rib cage. It may be different for
you so trial and error that to get the length right to the center of your
belt line. Left out of the diagram, right in to the diagram, and left out of the
diagram. So essentially doing a circuit all the way around. Center in. Now remember, I’ve gone Center in guys so my hands don’t change. From here, right out of the
diagram, left in, center out, and through. Get your dimple if you like. Tighten up
your knot. Pull that fabric down through and off you go. The St. Andrew knot. Give me a thumbs up if you’re enjoying this content guys, let me see your comments
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