fancy tie a tie trick

September 29, 2008  |  on butches

I’ve posted this before, but it was nearly a year ago and I still get a lot of questions about it, so it’s about time to repost.

It’s a full Windsor knot, the instructions on the video below, and perhaps in some ways it’s not so impressive on the table as it is to do on your neck, but I can’t quite get the full Windsor tie on the neck to come apart as smoothly as the tie trick Windsor does. I can’t quite figure out how to explain this other than to say that the two knots, though they appear similar, are slightly different in their construction, and the narrow-tie-end pulls smoothly out of the trick tie, but the knot has to actually be untied in the version on the neck.

So, if my drunken explanations at parties don’t quite teach you how to do the tie trick, here’s the video, which is much easier to learn by. It took me a few days of trying until I could really do this – it’s great, now that I got it, but it’s not all that easy to pick up. That’s exactly why I love online instructional videos, ’cause I can pause and rewind and pause and replay and do it over + over without any teacher getting exasperated.


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4 Comments


  1. this is awesome — it works like a charm!

  2. My guy doesn't know how to tie his tie and I've always wanted to do that sexy, cliched thing where I tie it for him. Now I can ;)

  3. Cool trick! Although it doesn’t seem to allow for a dimple.

    As a fellow daily tie-wearer, I have to say, my regular full windsor knot comes apart when the back end is pulled out of the knot. It does not have to be untied. Perhaps we should compare tie-tying notes sometime :)

  4. I still forget how to do this…ugh

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