How to Tie a Half Windsor Knot

Sometimes tying a tie is more than just tying a tie.  There are several different knots/styles to tie one’s tie.  Today, I am going to teach you how to tie a half windsor knot:

Step 1: Make one side of the tie the dominant/long side.

Step 2: Cross the long end of the tie over the short end.

Step 3: Bring the long end of the tie under the short end.

Step 4: Pull the longer end over the narrow end and then back under the short end.

Step 5: Pull the long end over and across your shoulder.

Step 6: Push the point of the tie through the knot that has been developed.

Step 7: Pull the long end of the tie down and tighten, and look like so:

Photo 58And here’s how it looks with a skinny tie:



2 thoughts on “How to Tie a Half Windsor Knot

  1. I believe you just tied the full-windsor knot. The half-windsor only loops on one side, not both – hence the name ‘half’ windsor.

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