This morning, green with a Christensen .

This is now one of the knots I can do from memory. With my rotation, that's otherwise difficult. Thinking of coming up with a mnemonic system based on the Fink-Yong classification system.

In a departure from using only the Siam knot lately, here is my elephant pattern yellow with a Christensen .

Back to the office again. There was no picture this Monday as that was a holiday.

Here's a green Naga pattern with a Siam .

This rainy Monday morning I'm wearing a yellow with a Siam .

Given that this is currently my go-to knot, but it's not commonly described (and I came up with the name myself), maybe I should put instructions somewhere.

In the meanwhile, it's knot 26 here:

On this rather wet Monday morning I have a yellow with a Siam .

Since I'm for the duration only go to the office Mondays and Wednesdays, there will be less variety, so maybe I should start mixing it up a bit with the knots.

Got confused about the day of the week, so today I'm wearing a Thursday , specifically a brown silk one with a Siam .

First time back to the office in about ten weeks. Wearing a black/red square pattern with yellow flowers, using a Siam .

There hasn't been any posts for a while since I've been working from home, but today I'm visiting a customer while wearing this Zebra pattern tie with a Siam . The tie is a souvenir from Johannesburg.

This one doesn't see much use otherwise as it doesn't match the colours of the day for the usual working days.

Today, a yellow with a Diagonal . The one that's a variation on a Kelvin, not the novelty knot, obviously.

This knot starts with the backside facing forward. For those knots I generally twist the tie behind my neck, so you can see that the back of the tie is facing outwards under my collar to the right here.

This way both ends end up with the front forward.

Trying the same unnamed again today, with an "in-between" thickness silk .

Another day with that unnamed that I've used the last couple of days, here with a wide and billowy .

I think I might have found a new go-to knot.

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