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Friday, October 25, 2013

How To: Tie A Merovingian Knot

How to tie a tie

Learn how-to-tie-a-tie a Merovingian, Half Windsor, Four in Hand, Onassis  and Pratt necktie knots with the TWDM this week! Today’s lesson of inspiration is the Merovingian knot, also known as the Ediety Knot; its’ a way of tying a necktie which produces a neat, asymmetrical knot.

This knot gives the appearance of three distinct pieces coming together to make the knot. Rather than just a single knot at the base of the neck, there is a left, right and center piece.  Cool Fact: “The Merovingian” was sported it The Matrix trilogy.

How to tie a tie

How to tie a tie

How to tie a tie

 


 

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