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What kind of tie knot is this?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kakaman, Jul 19, 2012.

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  1. kakaman

    kakaman Active Member

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    What kind of tie knot is this? Looks like four in hand, but a lot more symmetrical than your typical four in hand. Looks like the ideal knot, especially for slimmer suits and collars.
     
  2. Lord Mulberry

    Lord Mulberry Senior member

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    I'd say it was a four in hand knot, it might have been wrapped around high on the neck and over the same loop the second time around.
     
  3. FLG ITA

    FLG ITA Member

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    It looks too big to me.
     
  4. Blackhood

    Blackhood Senior member

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    I call half-windsor due to the heavily asymmetrical balance and the fact its easy to bulk up an HW. whereas a FiH tends to stay less bulky.
     

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