Your 7 fold Jacquard woven silk sartorial tie is not lined or trimmed. It is one of the among the lightest on the market, providing the best comfort when worn.
How do I tie my tie ? What type of knot(s) can I use ?
This is the most interesting question you have to answer. We can only give you some indications.
Silk is a stretchy material, so it is very pleasant to the touch and easy to tie.
For the above presentation, we have opted for the single knot. The density of the silk being important, we do not recommend the use of the double knot (or Windsor knot). Being usually a very large knot consuming a lot of fabric it is by definition very thick. In our opinion, combining the two knots is too thick and unattractive. The half Windsor knot, which is close to the single knot in terms of visual appearance, can be considered!
You can compare our different pieces here: see our models of ties with interlining based on wool.
Good to know If you do not like it, for reasons of proportion, we do not recommend the double knot worn with a shirt with a small opening. Prefer very open Italian collars. Finally, we prefer a collar stand height of more than 2.5 cm to enhance your knot and tie.
Bonus : the tie knot shows your creative personality, your mood of the moment, your desire and the passion that you devote to it !
How can I wear my 7 fold Jacquard woven silk sartorial tie in a more nonchalant and natural way?
Once your tie is tied, leave the small flap outside the large flap.
Or leave the small flap out when the knot forms for a very stylish and elegant look.
How do I match my patterned tie ?
Here are three possible avenues of reflection, but above all have fun !