This knot is characterized by its long loops, making it good for wide collar openings.
The moves are very similar to that of the Fishbone Knot, but it has a somewhat cleaner finish when tucked under the collar. This is made up of the Four-in-Hand Knot with an additional knot tied using the small end right beneath the main knot, creating the hourglass look.
The Cape Knot is a fundamental improvement on the quick and easy Atlantic Knot, which has greatly improved its symmetry and aesthetic value.
This loosened-up knot works best with mono-colored ties and never passes unnoticed.
When tied correctly, this long and slender knot creates a striking and unmistakable layered cylindrical effect.
A very cool knot that works best with light colors.
The key to wearing this knot is to stick with silk or other lightweight materials, since wool or knits tend to look uncomfortably bulky. An extraordinary work of symmetrical art, this knot's bull-like appearance works well for casual occasions only.
It might seem a bit intimidating at first glance, but the moves are actually fairly simple.
An augmentation of the Prince Albert, adding a third turning of the active end.
Each tie knot has been judged on four different factors: aesthetics, symmetry, difficulty, and knot size.
You can make a statement with these knots any day of the week or simply use them to look elegant and stylish during those special events where you really need to stand out.