How to Make a Dimple in the Tie

One of the things that intrigue who is still not used to dealing with ties is the mysterious dimple that appears just below the node whose manja of paranauês in time to use the accessory. In this post we will explain how to make the dimple in the tie in two ways, for those who think the stylish detail, but still missed the hand.

How to make a dimple in tie-1 Technique

  • Make the node normally, but stop at the penultimate step, when you pass the tip of the tie by the node before you tighten it;
  • Pull a little part of the tie that sits on top, above the knot and tighten the fabric with the thumb and index finger until it forms a crease in the Middle;
  • Gently pull the tip of the tie down taking the crease together;
  • Set the tie in the collar.

How to make a dimple in the tie-2 Technique

  • Make the node normally, but stop at the penultimate step, when you pass the tip of the tie by the node before you tighten it;
  • Tighten the tie with the middle finger and thumb just below the knot and make a crease in the Middle using the scorecard;
  • With your other hand hold and press the bottom of the node, this will ensure that the dimple not dispose;
  • Pull the tip down, squeezing the knot and then marking the crease;
  • Set the tie in the collar.

I’ve been searching and I found this video of the site Real Men Real Style that shows exactly the moves described above, click to watch:

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Although many people think it’s freshness, dimple (or crease) gives a three dimensional look to the fabric of the tie and values the chosen node, in addition to make it look more natural.

If you’re still in doubt about the tie your knot, start with the basics:

We tie: Learn how to make the Four in Hand

We tie: Learn how to make the double knot

We tie: How Do the Windsor knot

We tie: how to make a Half Windsor