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How to Tie a Necktie with a Kent Knot

The Kent-knot is a slightly modified version of the Four-in-Hand knot. It is one of the smallest tie knots making it a perfect choice for very thick ties worn with dress shirts that have a narrow collar spread. Since tying this necktie knot required much less of the tie’s length, it is also a good choice knot for big & tall men wearing a regular length tie – although men taller than 6 foot 3 inches are better off wearing Extra Long Ties.


Photo by Anastasia Vityukova 

Kent Necktie Knot Instructions:



Lay the necktie around your neck so that the wide end hangs about 4-5 inches lower than the narrow end. Start by having the inside of your tie face your body, but then flip the wide side of the tie over so that the stitching is showing.


Take the wide end of the tie and cross it behind the narrow end.


Now take the wide end of the tie and loop it over the narrow end. The “good side” of the necktie should be showing now.


Wrap the wide end of your necktie between your neck and the tie and pull through the loop.


Slightly pull tight, center the knot, and flip over you collars. Finished!



12 comments

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