How To Untie & Take-Off Your Tie + How To Get Rid of Wrinkles

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In this video, I’m going to show you how to
properly untie your tie knot. The reason you want to untie your tie this
way is because it protects the integrity of the thread that keeps the tie together and
that way you’re able to enjoy your tie for much longer. First, you want to loosen your
tie knot by gently pulling side to side back and forth and you’ll see that way, your backend
will come out. The wrong way to untie your tie knot is to simply pull out the backend
of the tie because it puts a lot of strain on your thread and your tie is much more likely
to rip. If it doesn’t rip today, it will in the future, trust me. The right way to untie a tie is to reverse
the process the way you tied it. So, you loosen your knot and you pull out the shorter end
gently but then, you want to pull out the long end first, you gently do that with your
thumb. Once you got it out, it’s good then it goes back through here. Now gently loosen
the whole thing with your fingers. Once you’re at that point, open the top button and then
you simply and gently pull out your tie. If you have worn your tie all day, chances
are there are a few wrinkles but if the tie has a good interlining, you will get the wrinkle
out by simply rolling it up. In order to do that, you take your tie, take it in half and
then you roll it around your finger like this. voila! that’s the way you leave your tie for
about a day and once that’s done, what you should do with a regular tie is simply hang
it up just like the ties here in the background. If you enjoyed this video, make sure to check
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21 Responses

  1. Gentleman's Gazette

    October 22, 2015 1:41 am

    Ricky, step one would be to remove the collar bar or clip and then to follow the steps outlined in the video.

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  2. Mandeep Baweja

    October 22, 2015 6:35 am

    What i just do is that i remove my tie knotted and hang it as it is……so i can wear it anytime i want……i keep it with perfect windsor knot….it saves little time 🙂 but now adays like my school time i like to unknot my time after removing…..thnx alot 🙂

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  3. c

    October 24, 2015 7:33 pm

    Does this apply to knit ties? Specifically the ones that are constructed like socks (I have forgotten the name of the process).

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  4. Comment Youtube

    October 29, 2015 8:27 am

    Love the video! Could you perhaps do a video on men's hats? I'm dying to see you do a video on this topic!

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