4 in-hand knot
The classic four-in-hand knot is the most common and versatile. It pairs perfectly with slim collars, shirts with a playful touch (like floral patterns), and for outfits that toe the line between smart and casual.
Half Windsor Knot
The Half Windsor knot is our Monday to Friday go-to, and it's a great option for taller men who want to keep their ties looking neat but don't have the time to knot every one. It's a triangular knot that looks sharp and suits many shirt styles.
A simplified version of the Half Windsor knot, the simple knot is a great way to tie a thin necktie without making it too bulky. It's a nice choice for narrow spread collars and button-down dress shirts, and it works well with wide spread collars as well.
The Pratt knot is a very popular knot in American menswear. It's similar to the Windsor knot, but with less fabric used to create it, allowing you to let your tie hang longer.
The bow knot is a classic tie knot that can be worn for any occasion. It's ideal for slim collars, shirts with a subtle touch (like floral prints), and outfits that toe the line between smart, casual, and formal.