Sure, all eyes will be on the bride, but the groom should still set himself apart with his perfect Tie.
Don’t let the looping confuse You and your groomsmen are perfectly capable of nailing any knot,
whether it’s a Windsor knot, Bow tie or Simple knot
The Windsor knot
The weddings of today are specially fond of this wide thick tie.
The Windsor delivers a symmetrical and solid triangular knot that works best with a spread collar.
The Simple knot
The Simple Knot is very easy to learn.
for the non-fuss Groom this one is yours.
The Simple knot is compact with an asymmetry causing it to lean toward the active end.
The Bow Tie
The bow tie is a descendant of the knotted cravat.
And for the Men going to a black tie weddings you might want to know how to tie your own tie.
Today bow ties are mainly worn on formal occasions like weddings,
The bow tie is perfect for any man who likes to stand