How To Tie a Tie: The St. Andrew

How To Tie a Tie: The St. Andrew


How To Tie a Tie: The St. Andrew Video shot in mirror-image Start with the wide end of the tie on the right with the seam facing out. Have the wide end of the tie hang approximately 12 – 14 inches lower than the narrow end of the tie. Cross the wide end of the tie behind
the narrow end. Bring the wide end of the tie across the front
and back to the right. Bring the wide end of the tie back behind
the narrow end a second time. Bring the wide end of the tie up through
the loop around your neck going front-to-back making sure the wide end of the tie ends up
on your right. Cross the wide end of the tie across the front. Bring the wide end of the tie through
the loop around your neck this time going back-to-front. Finally, bring the wide end of the tie through
the knot. Tighten the knot. Slide it up to your neck. And there you have the St. Andrew.

5 Replies to “How To Tie a Tie: The St. Andrew”

  1. The video was shot in mirror-image, reversing left and right. That way it is easier to follow along. So far, you are the only one out of more than 22,000 people who has not understood that.

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