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How To Tie a Tie: Full Windsor from @PinkSoFoxy

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How To Tie a Tie: Full Windsor from @PinkSoFoxy

   

PLEASE READ: Keep this in mind when choosing what knot to use for your tie... The Full Windsor creates a large knot. It is meant to be executed using a tie with THIN fabric. The tie I'm using has thick fabric, as you can see the end result is far bulkier than desired. This video is strictly to show the steps in how to tie a full Windsor knot.

Please see my Half Windsor video for ties with thicker fabric, as that would be the preferred method. Half Windsor Tutorial.

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#HowToVideo Tie the Double Windsor Necktie Knot

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How to Tie the Double Windsor Necktie Knot

Double Windsor Knot, learn how to tie the Double Windsor necktie knot from YouTube's #1 How to Tie a Tie Expert. These easy and slow instructions will teach you to tie the Double Windsor also called the Full Windsor. Watch the full video herehttp://www.youtube.com/howtovideo

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How to Tie a Four-in-Hand Knot @ArtOfManliness

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How to Tie a Four-in-Hand Knot @ArtOfManliness

 

How to tie the four-in-hand knot. To help you follow along, I've flipped the video so it looks like you're looking in a mirror, ie my right is your right and my left is your left. For more manly information check out artofmanliness.com

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How To Tie a Tie: Half Windsor by @PinkSoFoxy

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How To Tie a Tie: Half Windsor by @PinkSoFoxy

How-To Tie a Tie: Half Windsor, Easy Step By Step Instructions. The Half Windsor knot provides a professional, sleek appearance ideal for job interviews, business, office or workplace environments, and special occasions or events where you want to look extra sharp. I hope you find this tutorial helpful. Thank you for watching.

How To Tie a Tie: Full Windsor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuuUkN...

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Gentleman Hats From @HatsDotCom Pork Pie

Gentleman Hats From @HatsDotCom Pork Pie

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Description from Wikipedia:

pork pie hat (sometimes known as a porkpie hat) is a term used to refer to three or four different styles of hat that have been popular in one context or another since the middle nineteenth century but all of which bear superficial resemblance to a culinary pork pie dish.

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Gentleman Hats From @HatsDotCom Boater

Gentleman Hats From @HatsDotCom Boater

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Description taken from Wikipedia:

boater (also straw boaterbasherskimmercadykatiesomersennit hat, or in Japan, can-can hat) is a kind of men's formal summer hat.

It is normally made of stiff sennit straw and has a stiff flat crown and brim, typically with a solid or striped grosgrain ribbon around the crown. Boaters were popular as casual summer headgear in the late 19th century and early 20th century, especially for boating or sailing, hence the name. They were supposedly worn by FBI agents as a sort of unofficial uniform in the pre-war years. It was also worn by women, often with hatpins to keep it in place. Nowadays they are rarely seen except at sailing or rowing events, period theatrical and musical performances (e.g. barbershop music) or as part of old-fashioned school uniform, such as at Harrow School. Since 1952, the straw boater hat has been part of the uniform of the Princeton University Band, notably featured on the cover ofSports Illustrated Magazine in October, 1955.[1] Recently, soft, thin straw hats with the approximate shape of a boater have been in fashion among women.

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Gentleman Hats From @HatDotCom: Newsboy Cap

Gentleman Hats From @HatDotCom: Newsboy Cap

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Taken from Wikipedia:

The newsboy cap or newsy cap is a casual-wear cap similar in style to the flat cap. Sometimes also referred to as the: Baker Boy,Apple CapEight Piece CapEight PanelCabbieJay Gatsby (from The Great Gatsby), Fisherman's CapPageboyApplejack HatLundberg Stetson, and the Poor Boy Cap[2].

It has the same overall shape and stiff peak in front as a flat cap, but the body of the cap is rounder, fuller, and paneled with a button on top, and often with a button attaching the front to the brim (as the flat cap sometimes has).