Do not try and bend the spoon. Instead… only try to realize the truth. The knot looks great when you wear it right. Our society has taught us that a narrow end of a tie needs to be behind the wide end. I hope to fix this eventually for my instructional video once I do those.
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It gained momentum when it was seen in the Matrix 2 being donned by the always-posh Merovingian, which is the name I prefer. This knot is very special, it looks as if your tie is actually wearing a little miniature tie!
It will turn heads. This knot needs more prep than most. You need to hide how the tie ends when wearing the Merovingian knot. Be it with a vest, cardigan, blazer, sport coat, or suit, you need to cover it up! The knot is important to show, the ends are important to hide. However the inverted orientation does up the ante. It is somewhat disorienting to tie it until you get the hang of it. Fabric Consumption: High It has a high consumption but that hardly matters because you are planning to cover it up with a vest, cardigan, or suit right?
Symmetry: High It is just as symmetrical as the Windsor but that is hardly the talking point of this knot. Style: Any Each different tie type brings something special to this knot.
Experiment with all of the different ties you have to see which work the best. Sometimes paisley really looks outstanding when layered this way. Stripes also create a very cool effect. Of course with solids, you get to really bring emphasis to the knot itself. Venue: Celebratory, Casual The knot is fun-loving and catchy.
Take after the Merovingian from the Matrix and wear it out to a nice dinner. Tips Excellent with a contrast ties Stripes can create interesting effects Optimal with vest, cardigan, or suit Your tie is wearing a tie 22 replies.
The Ediety Knot
How to tie a merovingian knot
Merovingian (Ediety) Knot