The bow tie is a descendant of the knotted cravat. It was born from the need for neckwear that was easier to wear than the cravat and that would last throughout a more active day.
Tie-up bow ties often look better. It is more filling and has a character. The way each person ties a bow tie is different. The bow tie has many uses. Whether you are singing in the choir or being invited to a special place, you need to know how to tie a bow tie in both cases.
How to tie a perfect bow tie?
If you can tie your shoelaces, you can also tie a bow tie. Because the same knot is used in both. Your bow tie tying model will allow you to reflect your difference in private environments.
Place the bow tie around your neck with the right end lower than the left end.
- Cross the long end over the top of the short end towards your left. Pull the long end up through the neck loop from underneath and pull to fasten. Place it over your shoulder.
- Fold the short end of the bow tie that runs towards the bottom to the right, forming a bow just below your neck and parallel to the floor. You will be able to do this simply because the band of the bow is susceptible to forming a bow. If you put your finger at this point you fold, you will get a better result. This will form the front part of your bow tie.
- At the beginning of this process, throw the long end you raised on the bow that you just made.
- You will have a space between the bow you created and the knot on the back. Pass
- the long strip that extends forward into that space, creating a second bow at the back.
- Correct the bows at the bottom and top to overlap.
- Keep adjusting the ends back and forth until they’re even.
- When the knot is fastened and both sides are even, you are ready to finish up.