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This is an elegant-looking knot that is relatively narrow and slightly asymmetrical, and can be worn with ties of just about any material or thickness, preferably with a classic collar dress shirt. This knot was created in a similar way to the Cavendish Knot.

Kelvin Knot Step#1Drape the tie over your neck, with the reverse side out - the inside of your tie facing outward - and the wide end on your right side.
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Kelvin Knot Step#2Cross the narrow end over the wide end.
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Kelvin Knot Step#3Wrap the wide end of the tie back over the narrow side, from left to right.
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Kelvin Knot Step#4Then pass the wide end under the knot, from right to left
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Kelvin Knot Step#5Bring the wide end of the tie over to the right, and under the narrow end, from the right back to the center. (Refer Step 5 and 6)
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Kelvin Knot Step#6
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Kelvin Knot Step#7Pass the wide end down, and through the loop in front.
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Kelvin Knot Step#8Gently tighten the knot by pulling down on the narrow end and sliding the knot up to your collar. (Refer Step 8 and 9)
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