How To Tie A Tie – How To Tie A Full Windsor Knot

Windsor Knot

Ever wondered how to get that wide triangular knot that favours the wide spread and cut away collared shirts? The firm and symmetrical knot that promotes that ‘power’ look? Well look no further, because that knot you’re looking for is the Full Windsor knot.

This knot first originated in around the 1930’s. It is said to have developed as an imitation to the Four-In-Hand knot (when done with an extra thick tie). Some attribute this knot to the Duke of Windsor (Prince Edward), others to his father George V. Either way it’s one of the most popular knots, adored (and adorned) by many.

We take a Morts & More Moment we show you how to tie a full Windsor knot very easily.

How To Tie A Full Windsor Knot

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