How to tie a Traditional Bow


Placing the bow in the center will give your outfit a neater, more symmetrical look. Tying it off to the side will create a more relaxed and eclectic vibe.


Position the fabric belt so that the two ends are at equal lengths.


If you have ends that are different lengths, your bow will be lopsided and won’t look quite right.


Use a fabric belt rather than a leather one so that the bow will stay in place and not come undone during the day.


Cross one end over the other and create a knot.


Bring one end of the belt over the other, then pull the top end up under the belt. Pull both ends to tighten the knot.


Create a loop with each end of the belt. Do your best to make the loops equal sizes. Hold one loop in each hand.


You can adjust the size of the loops throughout the tying process, so don’t worry if you aren’t sure of how it looks right now.


Bring one loop around the top of the other. Pull it back up under the entire belt so it is poking out. Check to make sure you can see two discernible loops.


Adjust the size of the bow and tighten the knot once you’re done.


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