How To Tie — Footwear
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Sseko sandals have unique interchangeable straps that can be tied and styled in hundreds of ways. From a simple slip-on to an intricate woven tie, Sseko sandals can be just as simply classic or stylishly dynamic as you! Watch these how to style videos to learn our favorite Sseko styles. You’ll be well on your way to finding your Sseko Signature Style! The best part? As your style continues to evolve, you can update your Signature Style! Get creative or keep it classic! You’ll always have a go-to pair of sandals that are just right for your style, season and mood!
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Instructions on How to Tie a Bow Tie
Description of a Bow Tie
A bow tie
is suitable for formal or high-class occasions such as weddings,
balls, etc. However, it is more difficult to tie a bow tie than a
long necktie. More practices are needed to get a proper shape.
for Tying a Bow Tie
instructions for tying a bow tie are shown below. We assume that you
are right-handed in the following instructions. The figures below are
mirror images. They are what you will see if you stand in front of a
Change the length of the bow tie if needed. A longer length is needed
if you want a larger bow.
At the beginning, one end of the bow tie should be longer than the
other by a few inches. The longer end should be on your right side.
Cross the longer end over the other end.
Bring the longer end underneath the shorter end and then bring it out
from the center.
Fold the shorter end horizontally.
Place the longer end over the shorter end.
Fold the longer end horizontally.
Insert the longer end through the loop at the back of the shorter
end. Pull both ends gently to tighten the knot.
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How to Tie a Double Windsor Knot
The windsor knot
Wide and Triangular. A full knot best suited for spread collar shirts.
The wide end «A» should extend about 12 inches below narrow end «B». Cross wide end «A» over narrow end «B».
Bring wide end «A» up through loop between collar and tie; then back down.
Pull wide end «A» underneath narrow end «B» and to the left, and back through the loop again.
Bring wide end «A» across the front from left to right.
Pull wide end «A» up through the loop again.
Bring wide end «A» down through the knot in front.
Using both hands, tighten the knot carefully and draw up to collar.