How To Tie An Ascot Knot
The modern ascot tie consists of several pleats in the neckband, and two wide flaps of equal width coming to a point at the ends. Once worn only for formal occasions, today the Ascot Tie is popular in both formal and casual dress code alike.
When selecting your Ascot tie, choose the fabric carefully and take into consideration how your ascot will be worn. The Ascot Tie should be the highlight of your outfit - go for contrasting colors that will add a dash of color to your wardrobe. Stanley Lewis Ascots are made of 100% Silk Twill making them one of the most durable and crease resistant fabrics.The designs focus on bold and impressive colors and patterns, each one double sided for maximum wear.
Although it is very simple to Tie an Ascot, many people find the task too difficult.The good news is, tying an ascot tie is as simple as tying any other necktie, in fact, it is simpler! If you are wearing a sports coat and button down shirt, tie the Ascot in the same manner you would tie a normal tie and wear the ascot outside the shirt for a more dressy look. Another option is to wear the Ascot tie in a similar way as you would wear a scarf. Tie a knot in the Ascot and Voila! Wear tucked into a shirt or untucked the choice is yours. The second option will give you a more casual look.
Tie the Ascot loosely around your neck so that the left end hangs two inches longer than the right end.
Wrap the left end of the tie over its right end.