How to Knot a Tie - the Eldredge Tutorials

Would you like to change something about yourself? Would you like to distinguish yourself? Why not opt for an original tie knot? For this, Robin Payet suggests the Eldredge. A somewhat voluminous, uncommon knot that requires a bit of tenacity. Begin by choosing your tie. Avoid patterned ties which are too busy and may form an unharmonious motif as the knot forms. First of all lift up your collar. Place your tie around your neck. Adjust the two blades of your tie so that the narrow one is longer than the wide, allowing for enough material to create the knot. Come back to this step if necessary. Pinch the wide blade creating an indentation and place it under your neck. Pass the narrow blade behind the wide blade then behind the knot, pulling upwards so that the narrow blade is on the other side of the wide blade. Next pass the narrow blade in front of the knot and then again behind the knot so that it is on the other side of the wide blade. Once again pass the narrow blade behind the knot, leaving the material loose enough to form a loop through which the end of the narrow blade will pass. Adjust the knot to obtain a triangular form. Next slip the narrow blade inside the band around your collar, making sure that the narrow blade is facing the right way with the underside showing so that you can once again pass it up and over the knot and then inside the band around the collar. Create another loop, repeating the same steps as before. Adjust and tighten. Place the remaining length of narrow blade inside the band around your collar. Fold down your collar. See you soon for new Pratiks videos.

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