How to Tie an Onassis Knot
Onassis Knot Tying Steps
- Begin with the wide end on your right.
- Take the wide end over the narrow end.
- Bring it around the narrow end from behind and to the right.
- Take it across the narrow end to the left.
- Take it up under the neck loop.
- Bring the wide end down through the band made in Step 5.
- Gently pull the wide end through.
- Take the wide end behind the knot and over to hang in the front.
- Pull down and adjust.
About the Onassis Knot
The Onassis Knot is named after Aristotle Onassis. He didn’t invent this way of wearing a tie, but he did help propel its popularity.
This knot resembles a scarf when finished as the actual knot is hidden under the wide part of the tie. It’s a great way to flaunt your favorite tie pin or tack and works best when you have a tie that you want to be noticed.
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