Views: 1700

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

This knot seems to be all the rage, but I honestly don't see much value in it. 

unfortunately, my tie is too short as it is

If I did not know what the knot was I would think you tied your tie backwards.

Honestly I think you can get a way with such knots if the rest of your attire is complete, including cufflinks and pocket square.  Otherwise, like I said you tied your tie backwards.

 

My thoughts, exactly.  It took me long enough to figure out how to not make a Full Windsor look backwards.

I think it will greatly increase your chances of picking up the guy at the bar you have had your eyes on.

Good luck Denny.

Am I the only one who thinks it's absolutely horrible and trying way to hard to  be different?

 

A man only needs three knots IMO, four in hand, half Windsor and full Windsor

Oh I can see it's application if someone loves to dress well and is getting tired of the usual, but it is all about the execution as I said before.

RSS

Latest Activity

J. D. replied to Leto Atreides II's discussion Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
"My parents taught me much the same thing; that Thanksgiving was more about reflecting on blessings/good fortunes (whatever) than sports or food.  This year, I have a lot to be grateful for, such as the good  health of myself, my wife, and…"
19 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Shane's discussion Secret Lives of Men in the group The Great Debate
""Have you?"  Not in real life but I know that there are some that exist, though they might now use those exact words. Ex: http://www.christiandomesticdiscipline.com/   What I have encountered, however, are…"
24 minutes ago
Rusty Rogers replied to Zachary Warner's discussion Manly Hobbies
"I knit, cook, and garden. All of which are mentally healthy."
41 minutes ago
Rusty Rogers replied to Zachary Warner's discussion Manly Hobbies
"Baking bread is a manly hobby:  consider the fact that, traditionally, baking was a male occupation. Also, women LOVE a man who can cook."
45 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Zachary Warner's discussion Manly Hobbies
"New one, at least according to my wife: baking bread."
52 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"Vytautas, The rules of logic have no bearing on the truth or fallacy of the statements.  For example the simple argument of "All horned animals are unicorns, a cow has horns, therefore a cow is a unicorn" is a logically valid argument…"
55 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Steven Carpenter's discussion Trusting Myself
"I think that you're feeling what we all feel when we have a big decision to make, uncertainty.  This arises because we cannot see the future so we don't know how well or how bad a certain path will end up.  To overcome this we…"
1 hour ago
Rusty Rogers posted photos
1 hour ago

© 2014   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service