Although less and less is used, the tie is still a hallmark of elegance in the form of dress, although it must know how to wear, combine and especially one must know how to tie the tie. Here are some examples of elegant tie knots
The Van Dick Knot
The incredibly high and cylindrical knot of Van Wijk was invented by artist Lisa van Wijk in an attempt to create the highest tie knot possible.
The trinity tie knot
The Trinity tie knot, like the Eldredge knot, is a relatively recent innovation. When Trinity is finished, it shares a similarity with the Celtic knot Triquetra.
The tie knot Pratt
Jerry Pratt, the inventor of Pratt Knot, worked for the US Chamber of Commerce. UU. For 30 years, Mr. Pratt had knotted his tie with a distinctive style and it was the presenter Don Shelby who "discovered" it and advertised it on local television in 1989.
The tie knot Principe Alberto
The Prince Albert knot is a variation of the Victoria knot. There is no evidence to suggest that Prince Albert was actually used by his namesake, Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's husband.
The Eldredge is an unorthodox, complex and striking tie knot that involves 15 separate steps. This knot was invented by Jeffrey Eldredge in 2007 and achieved Internet fame in 2008.