For shirts with narrow collar suitable node "Pratt", which is tied quite easily. Place the narrow end of the tie over the wide end, and then lift up the wide end to the neck up. Push it down and slide to the back side, behind the site of the neck.
After that, the wide end of the tie swipe to the right front side and route it under the node. Miss the wide end through the front knot, pull down and tighten. The node is ready.
For shirt with standard collar good fit "quarter" node. To tie it, place the wide end of the tie under the narrow, stretching him just a little further so that the narrow end was shorter. Then miss the wide end to the right under the narrow end and face swipe left.
Miss the wide end between the tie and the shirt collar, pull up, and hold the knot with hand, pass the end through its front part. Tighten the knot, pulling it towards the collar and pulling the narrow part of the tie-down.
Another popular knot is called the Windsor. He looks good in shirts with wide collars, and looks stylish in spite of the complexity of knitting.
The wide end of the tie over the narrow place, shortening the narrow end. Then miss the wide end between the tie and collar. Dip the wide end and slide to the left under the tie.
Then again miss the wide end of the tie between the collar and the tie, and then pull his face from left to right. Pull the wide end under the knot and through the front output node down. Tighten the knot.
Variation of this node – "Provenzal", which fit easier than the Windsor. Place the wide end of the tie over the narrow, shorten the narrow end, then pass the wide end under the narrow end.
The wide end, lift and pull between the tie and the collar, pull him down and swipe the face to the right. Then slide the end under the knot and out through the front site down.