This knot typically includes a deep dimple, and a large, narrow and slightly asymmetrical knot. Best suited to ties made of thick fabrics, this knot is considered slightly "funky" and is not appropriate for most conservative occasions. Similar to the Pratt Knot, this knot is popular amongst teens.
Drape 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.
Cross the narrow end of the tie over the wide end.
Wrap the wide end back over the narrow end from left to right.
Bring the wide end up and under the knot from right to left.
Move the wide end of the tie to the center and underneath the knot from the center to the right. (Refer Step 5 and 6)
Bring the wide end of the tie over the knot from right back to left.
Pass the wide end under the narrow end from the left back to the center.
Bring the wide end down and through the loop in front.
Gently tighten the knot by pulling down on the narrow end and sliding the knot up to your collar.