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Today Robin Payet will show you know to make a tie knot: The double knot, better known as the Windsor, is a voluminous, symmetrical knot that was popularized by the Duke of Windsor in the 1930’s. This knot works well with standard, long or thin ties and is compatible with classide or wide collars. The Windsor is relatively common but has the advantage of being accessible and serves as a model before moving on to rarer and more difficult knots like the Eldridge or the Trinity. To begin lift your collar. Adjust the blades so that the wide blade is longer than the narrow blade. Start by passing the wide blade over the narrow blade. Then loop the wide blade up and inside the band around your neck. Pass the wide blade behind the narrow blade then once again loop the wide blade up and inside the knot just under your neck. You should obtain a knot in the form of a heart. Pull the wide blade over the front of the knot. Then pass the wide blade up and inside the band around your neck and then down through the outside loop on the front of the knot. Tighten the knot and fold down your collar See you soon for new Pratiks videos.