Learn How To Tie A Half Windsor Necktie Knot, Our Step By Step Guide!
Part 2 of our award winning "how to tie a tie" simplified guides is here!
Master A Half Windsor Knot With Our Step By Step Guide
The half Windsor knot is a well-balanced form of necktie knot, and when done correctly gives a medium-sized unrivaled tie envied by onlookers!
How To Tie A Half Windsor Knot Quick Guide
Hang the necktie around the neck, ensuring the tie sits comfortably around the collar with no twists around the collar or neckline, the wide end of the tie should be positioned on the left just above the waistline, this will vary slightly for longer and shorter ties, you will find the correct balance, with practice, for your specific tie!
Take the wide end of the tie and place it over the top of the narrow side (left as looking at the image) ad above!
Move the wide end of the tie under the narrow end of the tie back towards the right (as looking at the image) hand side of the body.
We now need to take the wide end of the tie back up towards the middle of the build to the center of the neck loop.
Pass the wide end through the neck loop and back over to the left-hand side (left as you look at the image) as per the above.
Take the wide end of the tie back over the top of the loop towards the right-hand side (as looking at the image).
Now take the wide end of the tie and take it back under the loop and over the top of the knot to be formed.
Bring the tie wide end of the tie back through the loop you've just created in the front of the tie.
You can now tighten the knot by pulling the end of the end of the tie down and sliding the knot upwards to adjust to comfort.
Step 10 - Complete
We hope you found this guide useful, and that you feel you can now truly master tieing a half Windsor knot.
But if you're not happy with your result then you can always release the knot fully by sliding it down the wide end of the tie and over the end, then starting again, practice, as they say, truly does make perfect!
Are you ready for our next guide, How to tie a Windsor knot? Coming Soon!