The Glennie Braided knot is an innovation of Eric Glennie who is a fashion designer and has his own tie brand. Anyhow, this knot is quite simple yet stylish and even beginners can master it in one go. So let’s follow the given steps in a synchronous fashion to tie the Glennie Braided Knot.

Step-1Drape the necktie around your collar such that the wide end is on your left side and the narrow end hangs on your right side. This knot is tied using the narrow end so it will be comparatively longer than the wide end. The wide end will be placed slightly above the beltline.

Step-2Pinch the wide end to create a dimple in it.

Step-3Bring the wide end to the middle and cross the narrow end to the left side from over the wide end.

Step-4 Feed the narrow end up through the back of the collar loop and bring it back down on the right side.

Step-5Take the narrow end into the left region from behind the forming knot.

Step-6Feed the narrow end again up through the front of the collar loop. Bring it back down from behind the collar loop on the right side. This would create an oblique band on the left side of the knot.

Step-7Feed the tip of the narrow end through the oblique band created in the previous step.

Step-8Bring the narrow end down on the left side after passing it through the top of the collar loop.

Step-9Lift up the wide end over your shoulder and you’ll see a horizontal band on the backside of the knot. Feed the tip of the narrow end through this band. Your narrow end would now lie exactly behind your wide end.

Step-10Hold onto the knot and tug on the wide end to tighten the knot. Push the knot close to the center of the collar.

Congratulations! You’ve tied the perfect masterpiece. Glennie Braided knot is suitable for both formal and casual occasions and looks good when worn in business settings. Beginners are advised to use solid ties while experts have the liberty to play with stripes and patterns. It’s an amazing style in accordance with the latest trends and is a must try if you’re tired of wearing the boring conventional knots every day. Good luck fellows!