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2 How To Tie One On An interactive presentation How To Tie One On

3 An old suit, a battered hat, a perfect tie, and a good collar - that's what makes a well dressed man. - Baron de Meyer (a 1930's international style expert)

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9 A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life. - Oscar Wilde (wit, poet, dramatist, )

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15 The sense of being perfectly well- dressed gives a feeling of inward tranquility which religion is powerless to bestow. - Ralph Waldo Emerson (Poet and Essayist, )

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20 The Half-Windsor KnotThe Half-Windsor Knot

21 Start with the broad end hanging further down on the right. Pass the broad end over the narrower end.

22 Pass the broader end under the narrow end.

23 Then pull the broad end over the knot and down toward your body through the loop that has been formed.

24 Now take the broad end and pass it around the half knot.

25 Pass the broad end up from below and behind the knot and through the loop around your neck.

26 Pull the broad end underneath the outer layer of the knot.

27 Carefully adjust the knot, holding it gently and pulling the narrower end.

28 The broader end of the necktie should now hang down further than the narrow end.

29 Group Members Natalie Davis Tom Davison Tierra Dennis Matthew Dyer Abathia Franklin Alasyali Sowell

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