Tie Knots

Mahaman Sani Dan Mallam

内容Originally worn by soldiers to protect themselves from the cold, the tie appears in France under the reign of Louis XIII. At that time, Croatian soldiers are recruited by the King of France. And they wear a tied scarf on their necks.

In 1650, people start wearing the tie at the court of King Louis XIV. Everyone competes boldness and elegance by adding lace and silk ribbons. This fashion is spreading throughout Europe. Worn by the rich and the dandies, the tie has crossed centuries and continents, taking new forms.

In the second half of the 19th century, while the industrial era is revolutionizing the textile industry, a more functional, longer and narrower tie appear. Named the regatta, it evolved over time and is still the basis of existing ties.

In 1926, Jesse Langsdorf, an inventor from New York, had the idea to cut the tie diagonally into the fabric and turn it into three parts. Now more resilient, our modern tie was born.

Today, every day, from Nepalese students to Manhattan businessmen, hundreds of millions of men wear ties around the world.

In this eBook, you'll discover how to maintain a tie, how to use a tie, how to chose a color and patterns.

And more importantly, you'll learn step-by-step how to make:
1. Simple knot;
2. Double knot;
3. Windsor knot;
4. Half Windsor knot;
5. Little knot;
6. Butterfly knot.

出版Computer Engineering & Statistics Agency


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