How to Tie the New Knots (Infographic)

While the Windsor or Four-in-hand knots are the all-time classics of tie knots, The Hudson’s Bay suggest taking a look at a few new stylish knots that are sure to turn heads: the Eldredge knot, the Trinity knot and the Cape knot. Maybe not the best knot for a more formal setting, but if you’re looking for a more flashy look, go with one of these three new unique knot styles at your next fancy dinner party. Are dinner parties still a real thing?

 

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