“Don’t take dressing as just apparel, it’s an attire that reveals your personality, and reveals your grace”

A good dressing is indeed a source to enhance an individual’s personality, yet there are few things that mark an exceptional grace and class of dressing either in male or female. If we talk about male dressing, then when it comes to formal wear, then bow ties come must wear.

For me, bow tie marks the complete grace, it makes an attire complete, and sparkle a masculine power, or I must it completes a masculine zest in complete formal, semi-formal wear. However, today I am going to guide the right way to put on an adjustable silk bow ties... 

The adjustable bow ties are easy to assemble, quick, and on the go especially with any nice suit and shirt. Have a look at some following easy steps to put on a bow tie, and accomplish that luxury look.

Steps to Wear a Bow Tie

Prior start putting on a bow tie, first it’s imperative to size the neck, so you can come around. Size it exactly. Start with adjusting lever at the point where you measure the exact neck size, and slide down the other hook.

You can do this by taking clip A and fold the bow tie’s strap back on itself to a length that will snugly fit around your neck, with clip B at the end.

Time to Tie a Bow Tie

Start with hanging bow-tie flat around your neck, pull one side longer than other approximately around 1.5 inches.

Bring one side across B close to your neck, so you can protect tie from getting loose.

Keep bringing one side behind B, make a simple and loose knot.

Now, fold another side to make a bow tie shape by pulling it to the left. After this, fold it back over itself to the right. The fold should be directly between two collar points.

Fold An around the front of B. at that point overlay An and go it through the circle behind B.

Continue pulling A through the circle, without pulling it totally through. This will shape the back portion of the bow. 

Fix the bunch and alter until even by pulling on inverse sides all the while. Draw the front left and back right segment to fix, and the front right and back left end separated to slacken.

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