You should already have caught up with our How to Tie a Tie video with the esteemed Alexander Olch. The next step? Knowing the difference between tie knots. We researched the most commonly used methods'Four-in-Hand, Windsor and Prince Albert'so you can be on point for every occasion. Read on to learn about the difference between the three most common tie knots...
• Without looking too prissy, the FOUR-IN-HAND method is a classic, widely used knot for weddings and formal occasions. Good for tall builds.
• The WINDSOR knot offers a more bougie, straightforward look. Named after the Duke of Windsor, it looks like an equilateral triangle that fills the spreads on office-ready collared shirts.
• The PRINCE ALBERT knot is great for the laid-back summer look. Its small compressed knot works well with long collars.
For instructions on how to tie all the knots above, click here.