How To Tie A Full Windsor Knot

The full Windsor knot is a symmetrical and triangular knot. Known for its elegance and timeliness, this knot is often used in combination with a spread collar. The full Windsor knot has a classic look and is a suitable knot for most occasions. The full Windsor knot is voluminous and easy to learn. Follow the steps below to create a perfect Windsor knot. When you finished all steps, only adjust the knot by gently holding the sides of the knot to avoid losing volume. The steps below are mirrored if you prefer to start with the wide end of the tie on the left side. Find the perfect tie from Rogier to create amazing full Windsor knots.

 

Full windsor knot tying instructions

 

 

 Tying A Full Windsor Knot - Step-By-Step

The Windsor knot step-by-step guide below provides more detail about how to perform each step correctly.

 

 

step 1 tying a full windsor knot

Step 1

Rest the tie over the neckline with the wide end of the tie on the right side and the small end on the left side. The wide end rests further down than the small end. When tying the Windsor knot you only move the wide end (labelled as A in the illustration).

 

step 2 tying a full windsor knot

 

Step 2

Move the wide end over the small end.

 

step 3 tying a full windsor knot

 

Step 3

Move the wide end into the neck loop from underneath.

 

step 4 tying a full windsor knot

Step 4

Move the wide end over the knot and down left.

 

step 5 tying a full windsor knot

Step 5

Move the wide end behind the knot and to the right side of the small end.

 

step 6 tying a full windsor knot

 

Step 6

Move the wide end over the knot toward the neck loop.

 

step 7 tying a full windsor knot

Step 7

Move the wide end through the neck loop and down right of the small end.

 

step 8 tying a full windsor knot

Step 8

Move the wide end across the front, over the knot, to the left.

 

step 9 tying a full windsor knot

 

Step 9

Move the wide end into the neck loop form underneath.

 

step 10 tying a full windsor knot

Step 10

Move the wide end through the loop you have created in the knot.

 

step 11 tying a full windsor knot

Step 11

Tighten the knot. Adjust and slide the knot into perfect shape and position.

 

Learn more knots

There are many ways to tie a tie. Try one of these other knots to create new looks and try new styles.

Half- Windsor Knot

Simple Knot

Four-In-Hand Knot

Kelvin Knot

Van Wijk Knot

Balthus Knot

Prince Albert Knot

Pratt Knot

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