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This is one of those essential man skills, up there with shaving, and hunting a wild boar with a knife and a stick. Okay, the last one isn't ...
Lift the collar of your shirt. Place the tie around you neck. If you're right handed, you'll probably want the thin side on your left. If you're left ...
Cross the wide side over the thin side, bring it around the back, and return it to the front. You'll have made a full loop when you're done.
Pull the wide end up behind the loop you just made, and through the two halves of the tie, as shown in the first photo. Now take the ...
Pull the wide end of the tie down, tightening the knot. Now grab the knot, and the thin side of the tie (the one in the back) and ...
Begin the Jeff knot just like the four in hand. In this case, since the knot is a bit thicker and uses more of the tie fabric, you'll ...
Bring the wide side back behind the thin side and back around front, making a loop.
Just like the four in hand, bring the wide end up behind the the loop, and between the two halves of the tie. Put the wide end through ...
In all cases, the tie should hang at roughly the belt line and the knot should be fairly flush with the collar. As I previously mentioned, you'll use ...
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