Supporting the Bridal Business Industry

Eternal Treasures

by Jo Ann M. Grant, wedding & event architect, Apropos Creations

“A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life.” ~Oscar Wilde~

So fitting…  Over the weekend, our 15 year old son was asking how to tie a cool looking knot for this necktie.  The reason behind this was because of having to attend the Academic Decathlon in Phoenix. Although he doesn’t know how to tie a regular tie he did learn how to tie an Eldredge knot.  🙂  He definitely inspired me to look up different ways to knot a tie and here are my top 5 knots.

The Eldredge Knot

Eldredge Tie Knot

The Trinity Knot

Trinity Tie Knot httpwwwsoletopiacom

The Cape Knot

The Cape Knot

The Merovingian (Ediety Knot)

The Merovingian (Ediety Knot)

The Diagonal Knot Tie

Diagonal Knot Tie 1

There are the common knots out there like:

The Windsor Knot

The Windsor Knot

The Half Windsor Knot

The Half Windsor Knot

The Pratt Knot

The Pratt Knot

The Small Knot

The Small Knot

The Four In Hand Knot

The Four In Hand Knor

There are so many more out there…

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