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One end should be considerably wider than the other. Make sure the wider end is on the right, and about a foot (30cm) lower than the thinner side on the left.

Step 1: Tie Start 2

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Cross the wide end over the narrow end, creating somewhat of an uneven "X" with the thinner side on the bottom and the wider side on top.
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Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  Encik_Google2 years ago
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GoodMake122 years ago
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Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  GoodMake122 years ago
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Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  Amruta.Deshmukh2 years ago
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Kiteman2 years ago
That looks like a "half Windsor" knot?
Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  Kiteman2 years ago
No is "Traditional Windsor knot"
banker2 years ago
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Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  banker2 years ago
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mikeasaurus2 years ago
Looking sharp, thanks for providing such accurate measurements!

You should mention that this is a 'half windsor' knot. For those without the same neckline, the reference point when aligning the tie at the start is from where the wrap-around meets the portion that has an obvious stitching.

Also, (though I prefer my ties a little shorter) it's generally observed that the proper length for a tie is for the tip of the wide end to touch the top of your belt.
Niraj.Deshmukh (author)  mikeasaurus2 years ago
Okay. Thank you