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Groom Prep – The Ultimate guide

Tying the Knot… Literally

Before we embark on the jacket journey, let’s ensure your neckwear game is on point. Tying a tie is an art, my friend, and you’ve got options galore. Here are three popular tie knots, accompanied by video links to make your learning experience smoother:

1. The Windsor Knot – The Royal Treatment

The Windsor Knot is the granddaddy of tie knots. It’s big, bold, and regal. Watch this quick tutorial on how to master the Windsor Knot: Watch Video Here.

2. The Four-in-Hand Knot – A Classic Choice

For something less imposing but equally charming, go for the Four-in-Hand Knot. Here’s a video tutorial that’ll show you how to knot it up effortlessly: Watch Video Here.

3. The Half-Windsor Knot – The Elegance with Ease

Striking the perfect balance between the Windsor and the Four-in-Hand is the Half-Windsor Knot. Check out this video guide for a step-by-step demonstration: Watch Video Here.

Remember, practice makes perfect. So, don’t lose your cool if your first attempts resemble a pretzel more than a tie knot. With a bit of practice, you’ll be a knot-tying pro in no time!

The Bow Tie

The traditional tie is out and the Bow tie is in! More and more groomsmen are choosing a bow tie over a traditional tie and we are loving it. Their charming flair and timeless style, offer a simple yet elegant alternative to standard ties. What sets them apart is their ease of wear – a quick adjustment and a gentle knot, and you’re all set. Unlike their longer counterparts, bow ties require no extensive looping or tucking, allowing for a swift and stylish finish that adds a touch of sophistication effortlessly.

The Suit Jacket Dance

Now that your tie game is strong, let’s add the finishing touch to your groom prep – the suit jacket. Wearing it isn’t rocket science, but there are some style secrets to make you look suave and not like you’re playing dress-up.

Button or Not?

Suit jackets typically have two or three buttons. Here’s a quick rule of thumb: Sometimes, Always, Never. Sometimes button the top button, always button the middle one, and never button the bottom one. This gives you a tailored, flattering fit.

The Pocket Square

Don’t forget the pocket square! There is no right or write-ong way of doing this there are so many variables. But! this is probably best pre agreed upon with your soon to be wife. As you can have your pocket square in many fashion from scrunched to folded square, triangle up side down to trident here is a website full of images and videos on different ways to have your pocket square.

In conclusion

Groom prep isn’t just about saying “I do.” It’s about looking the part too! By mastering the art of tying a tie, wearing a suit jacket with style, and adding a dapper pocket square, you’ll be a groom that turns heads for all the right reasons.

Now, go ahead, click those video links, practice your knots, and embrace your suit jacket. You’ve got this, and you’re going to look absolutely amazing on your big day!

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