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A quick and super easy DIY bow tie made with a standard necktie
It may feel a little weird in the back but don't worry, it's normal. Wrap the tail of the tie up the middle of the Bowtie and around to the back. The back of the Bowtie may look a little busy but no one will see that part. It will all come together, trust me. This is what your Bowtie looks like in the front. Make sure to pull the tail down snug so the bowtie can cinch nicely.
Try to keep your fingers in place to hold your bowtie in place. Try to straighten the inside corners of your Bowtie while you're still wrapping the tail. It will make the Bowtie look cleaner in the end. You are just about done! Don't forget to clean up the corners and straighten your Bowtie out. The tighter you pull the tail, the more the Bowtie will cinch together.
Turn the Bowtie to the back. Take the tail and tuck in through the TOP flap of the Bowtie. If you've never worn a bow tie before, and just want to see if sporting that suave, sophisticated look is right for you, then all you need is a regular tie, which you can turn into a bow tie.
To tie a regular tie into a bow tie, you will need: A regular tie Patience To start, open the collar of your dress shirt. Make it stand upwards so the collar doesn't get in the way. Then, spread the tie around your neck like a scarf , leaving the ends hanging free over your chest.
The right end side of the tie should hang lower than the left hand side, by about six inches you needn't use a ruler to measure this, as it doesn't have to be accurate. Now, cross the right hand side of the tie the longer end over the left hand side of the tie the shorter end.
Cross it backwards and upwards through the triangular hole in the middle. Let it freely hang there, but ensure that it doesn't slip out. To proceed, fold the left hand side of the tie in half and hold it so it sticks out. Fold the right hand side over this half and tie gently.
Feeling like a bow tie but don't have one around? Youtuber Phill Wade shows us how to tie a regular tie into a bow tie for just such an emergency. The process is a tad complicated, but kind of awesome once you see it in action. Find great deals on Regular Bow Tie Ties at Kohl's today! Sponsored Links Outside companies pay to advertise via these links when specific phrases and words are searched. Dsquared² Plaid Blazer, $; Thomas Pink Button-Up Shirt, $75; Lanvin Bow Tie, $ What about the rest of your look? MM: It depends on what you’re wearing. If your outfit involves velvet or has piping, you’re ok to wear a bow tie. Also, if you’re wearing a double breasted or a .