The expert guide to tying a Four-In-Hand knot
Ah, the suit tie knot. We all have a favourite, and whether it’s a Windsor, a Double Knot or a Four-In-Hand, they each require a degree of patience and know-how to pack their full sartorial punch.
This week, we’re delving into just that, providing you with the definitive Oscar Hunt guide of how to tie the classic Four-In-Hand.
A team favourite, this slightly asymmetrical knot has its roots in the esteemed Four-In-Hand Club in London and was originally brought into fashion in the 19th century. Since then it’s been adopted by everyone from school boys to business men to the army - in short, it’s a staple.
So, without further ado, let’s get into how you tie it.
Clear as mud?
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