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【ネクタイの締め方】美的に見える全13通りとそのコツの解説動画

左右のバランスや結び目の大きさなどから、美的に見えるネクタイの締め方は全部で13通りと言われています(…が、その13通りは意外とバラバラだったりして、この13通りがその13通りなのかも不明ですが…)。その1つ1つのコツを解説した動画をご紹介。

ウィンザー・ノット – 改まった機会に!典型的な英国調スタイル

[YouTube] How To Tie A Tie | The Full Windsor Knot

Easy, slow motion instructional video on how to tie a tie – the full windsor knot (also known as the double windsor). Visit http://www.distino.com.au for more instructional videos on how to tie a tie.   How to tie a tie knot, tie a tie, how to tie a necktie, how to tie a tie step by step, how-to-tie-a-tie, how to tie a tie in slow motion, how to tie a tie easy instructions . . . . **************************************************** How to tie a tie How to tie a full windsor knot Easy instrucitons for how to tie the full windsor knot Slow motion instructions on how to tie a tie Step by step instruction for how to tie a tie How to tie a tie slowly How to tie a tie’ How to tie a tie for dummies How to tie a tie step by step How to tie a tie knot How to tie a tie pratt How to tie a tie windsor knot  How to tie a double windsor knot Double Windsor Knot Full Windsor Knot How Do I Tie A Tie

ハーフ・ウィンザー・ノット – しっかりした生地ならハーフで結び目のボリュームを抑えよう!

[YouTube] How to Tie a Half Windsor Knot | Art of Manliness

How to tie a half windsor knot. To help you follow along with the video, I’ve flipped the image so it’s a mirror image of what you’re doing. Thus, my right is your right and my left is your left.

プレーンノット(フォー・イン・ハンド) – 一番簡単でテキトーな今流行りの締め方!

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Four in hand’ knot

The “Four in hand” is the most well known and commonly worn knot in the western world.   The “Four-in-hand” knot has its name from the drivers of the four-in-hand carriage in the mid-1800′s, who tied their scarves and the reigns of their carriage with this knot.  It is a small knot with a distinctive elongated, asymmetric shape.  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

ヴィクトリア・ノット(ダブル・ノット) – プレーン・ノットを一回半巻き、ヴィクトリア・ノットは二回半巻き

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Victoria’ knot

This knot is identical to the “Four-in-hand”, apart from the addition of another pass of the wide blade across the knot before ending. This gives a slightly larger knot.  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

シェルビー・ノット(プラット・ノット) – 首周りだけネクタイがひっくり返しになる風変わりな締め方

[YouTube] How To Tie A Tie The Pratt Knot

Easy, slow motion instructional video on how to tie a tie. For further instructional videos on how to tie a tie, please visit: http://www.distino.com.au/fashion%20tip.html .  How to tie a pratt knot, how to tie the shelby knot, how to tie a necktie, how to tie a tie step by step, how to tie a tie in slow motion, how to tie a tie easy. . . . . . ************************************ How to tie a tie How to tie a tie pratt How to tie a tie shelby How to tie a tie knot How to tie a tie windsor How to tie a tie for dummies How to tie a tie slowly How to tie a tie easy How to tie a tie’ How to tie a tie slow motion

セント・アンドリュー・ノット – ウィンザーとハーフ・ウィンザーの中間、結び目がしっかり且つほっそりスマートに

[YouTube] How to Tie a Tie | St. Andrews Knot | 2tieatie.com

Quoted from http://2tieatie.com/st-andrew-knot.html This knot typically includes a deep dimple, and a large, narrow and slightly asymmetrical knot. Best suited to ties made of thick fabrics, this knot is considered slightly “funky” and is not appropriate for most conservative occasions.

プリンス・アルバート・ノット – ヴィクトリア・ノットの最後で大剣を二重の結び目に通す締め方

[YouTube] PRINCE ALBERTVery compact knot

01-Begin by passing the wide end over and back behind the narrow end. 02-Pass the wide end back over the narrow end. 03-Wrap the wide end around the narrow end a second time. 04-Repeat the second step by bringing the wide end back over the narrow end. 05-Pass the wide end behind the knot and through the loop around your neck. 06-Pull the wide end underneath the outer layer of the knot. 07-If both ends don’t meet perfectly, simply start over and adjust the length of your tie accordingly. Make sure your collar falls nicely all around, and center the knot as best you can.

ニッキー・ノット – ウィンザー・ノットを少し崩したエレガントな締め方

[YouTube] How to Tie a Tie | Nicky Knot | 2tieatie.com

Quoted from http://www.2tieatie.com/nicky-knot.html The Nicky knot is similar to the Pratt knot and is a compact, medium sized mostly symmetric knot. This is a practical knot because it is suitable with so many different kinds of ties. It is fairly easy to tie and is very professional.

オリエンタル・ノット – 厚手のネクタイにぴったりの結び目を一番小さく抑えた締め方

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Oriental’ knot

The “Oriental” knot uses the least amount of moves possible. It’s the simplest knot there is. The knot is very popular among Chinese youths, hence it’s name.   The tie, which is placed inverted around the neck, is suitable with wool, and thick silk ties. The “Oriental” knot is symmetric knot which gets bigger as the tie gets thicker.  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

クロス・ノット – 柄無しにお勧め!ヴィクトリア・ノットの最後で一工夫、結び目の存在が際立つ締め方!

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Christensen’ (aka ‘Cross’) knot

This knot belongs to a bygone race and is one of the last remaining examples of old tie knotting. The knot was called “Christensen” due to its 1917 publishing in a catalog on behalf of the Swedish tie-maker Amanda Christensen. Its secret is not explained in any of the manuals of its time, and only in recent years has there been a renewed interest in the knot, and an explanation on how to tie it.   The knot is quite difficult to tie as the last move goes through not one but two loops. These loops are harmoniously crossed over at the triangle of the tie and make up an X-shape over the triangle. It can be quite tricky to tighten. The X formed in this way lends the idea of a delicate squeezing of the blade which flows into the bottleneck of the knot from where it emerges with newfound verve.   The “Christensen” knot was devised for the cravats of the time; same width from start to end. This enables the X to be balanced. Today’s tie’s which will work well with the Christensen should be of the narrow sort. To be used at semiformal occasions.  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

キャベンディッシュ・ノット – ヴィクトリア・ノットのアレンジ版!左右に一巻きしてふっくら感を

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Cavendish’ knot

The knot is named by the two Cambridge University physicists; Thomas Fink and Yong Mao, research fellows working from the Cavendish laboratories and authors of the comprehensive “85 ways to tie a tie”.  In their own words: “This is the principal 8-move, 2-centre knot. As its sequence suggests, the Cavendish is a concatenation of two four-in-hands, one being a mirror image of the other. This gives an idea of its shape: similar to the four-in-hand, but much bigger.”  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

プラッツバーグ・ノット – 使い古しのネクタイに最適!きつーく結んで形を整える締め方

[YouTube] Tie the ‘Plattsburgh’ knot

The “Plattsburgh” knot is named after the small town in up-state New York where Thomas Fink, inventor of the knot and co-author of the book “The 85 ways to tie a tie”, is born. In contrast to its narrow close relative the “St. Andrew”, the “Plattsburgh” produces a symmetric knot characterized by a broad cone with a narrow opening.  The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror.  -

蝶ネクタイ

[YouTube] How To Tie A Bow Tie

http://www.howdini.com/howdini-video-6648527.html  Knowing how to tie a bow tie is one skill a woman should know, so she can help her man when the need arises. GQ style correspondent Brett Fahlgren shows Howdini’s Jennifer Morris how it’s done.  How To Tie A Bow Tie 1. Drape the bow tie around your neck so that both ends are even.   2. Cross the right end over the left end and loop under to form a basic knot.  3. Pull the knot so that it is snug against your neck and rest the top end on your left shoulder.  4. Take the other end and fold it across the knot. You will see the familiar bow tie shape.  5. Take the top end (that is resting on your left shoulder) and pull it down in front so that it crosses the center of the bow shape.  6. Place your left finger on the front of the bow tie to hold it in place and reach behind with your right index finger to find the hole where the free end will thread through.  7. This part is key: Do not thread the tip of the free end through instead, with your left index finger, push the part that is closest to the center of the bow through the hole.  8. When it first comes through the back, it may feel like its going to fall apart, but dont worry. Pull enough through that it is even with the other side and adjust to make it as neat and flat as possible.  9. Almost there! Pull the bow down towards the front and tighten. Straighten and flatten as needed.   The key is to remember that its not supposed to look perfect; a hand-tied bow tie adds character and charm!  Keywords: how to tie a bow tie  how to tie bow tie  tying a bow tie

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