It seems the dividing line between good and bad tie knots is not that demure anymore. There are a lot of techniques that you can learn to perfect your tying skills. Keeping them inkling at these knots will help you in your profession. But going for the crazy one is not that usual. Usually, the crazy knot is the easiest way knotting your tie. But it may cause a bit of tension in your neck.
The most important thing to remember before you go into selecting a tie knot is that you have to choose one that matches your attire. It must go well with your shirt. The dress shirt is the main one. Combined with the necktie, it becomes a perfect suit. You can try almost all knots with that kind of suit. But the British knots are probably the most common and the easiest way to tie a tie.
With a British knot, you need to fold the tie into a necktie shape first. Then you have to wrap the broad end around 4 times around the narrow end. Then you have to pull the end straight over 2 times closed. Then make a knot from the crossing ends and adjust the knot by tightening it. During tightening, make sure that the knot is not allowed to come undone by itself. It has to berained to keep a certain shape. You can check the shape by standing in front of the mirror and checking from the back in this case.
To check the fitting, put down the tie and check if the knot is too big or too small. Fold the larger end first, then check if the smaller end is not longer than the larger end. In that case, you are ready to adjust the knot. As an extra consideration, you have to make sure that the other end of the tie is not too long. That will let you to make some adjustment afterwards, when you are actually wearing the tie.
The British Cadet knot is not that easy to execute, but once you have, you will be a very good tie user. The Cadet knot is the easiest way to wear a tie knot if you have enough time. This can take only a couple of minutes to accomplish, but you have to practice best into perfecting it.
You first have to wrap the tie around your neck. Make sure that the tie is not too wide, because it may stretch at some point. Then keep wrapping it around your neck until it is the right size. To make the Cadet knot, cross the wide end over the narrow end. Then move the wide end to the left and wrap it around once. Then move the wide end to the right and wrap it around twice. Finally, tighten the ends and make a knot. In case you are halfway through the Cadet, you can do the third wrap step.
The fourth and the final Cadet knot is much easier. Just keep wrapping the tie around your neck until you have the perfect shape. In case you are not that familiar with how to do this routine, you may ask someone who is more familiar with the Cadet knot.
This is the easiest knot to tie, but it is the most formal. This kind of knot is mostly worn during formal occasions. It is the kind of knot that is finished with a four-in-hand tie knot. This kind of knot is also the easiest knot to tie, but it may look complicated because there are a lot of steps that you have to perform.
This knot may look like the other three knots, but it is actually easier to do because there is no step between the first and the fourth wrap. In the fourth wrap, just hold the narrower end to the right and wrap it around to the left. Then move the wider end to the right and wrap it through the loop. After that, adjust the knot by tightening it.