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That's what I'm thinking .
I think , Ben , I'm gonna suggest that we use a forehand knot .
A forehand knot .
I've never heard of that .
Well , it's not a full Windsor .
It's not a half Windsor .
It's a forehand .
I show it to you .
It's a very simple not but very effective , particularly with this weight of silk in the tie .
So do you .
Do you want a bit ?
Is that a big knot or a small knot ?
It's a good size not to fill the tyre space to find a point of address sensors to get that knot .
That space just correctly balanced .
So a full hand will work perfectly with this and an easy way to remember it is , uh I'll shoot you .
It be nice to have someone to dress me every morning .
Well , in the old days , of course , we all had our butlers .
So you need three for the next , uh , next few months and the easy way to remember this Ben is once round the tree .
Yes , and down the hole .
OK , that's an easy way to remember it .
And and And here , of course , we don't want to strangle the knots immediately .
We want to nurse that through .
So you get that you want the dimple , do you ?
Is that what we call this little bit here ?
We want the you say just that nice .
Did you call it the sexy dimple Sexton ?
Now we got that .
It's fine .
Talk about colours there , then .
So have we .
Have you chosen a specific colour here ?
A silver ?
I've got a really beautiful silver with a little purple stripe in it with navy are These are these sorts of classic morning suit colours .
Were they traditionally again ?
It was a real a solid silver tie .
Maybe a bit of self design in it .
But again , we've moved on a little bit in terms of accessories .
OK , there we go .
Now you see , that's fit in very nicely into the space of the tie .
Nothing straining everything sitting in