How to Tie Hoodie Strings: 3 Must Know Knots

Take these top ties and step up your hoodie game.

How to Tie Hoodie Strings

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There are many ways you can tie your hoodie strings. However, tying the strings in your hood are not necessary when wearing it, if you don’t want to. If you want to step up you style and put a little extra into your fashion statement then doing a flower shaped knot, dual string bow or string bow are all great choices.

This is How to Tie Hoodie Strings: 3 Must Know Knots.

Welcome to our article on how to tie hoodie strings.

With the ever-evolving hoodie market, we should evolve with it. Gone are the days of wearing a hoodie around the home and changing it with a jacket or sweater before heading out into public. 

With the right outfit choice, you can wear a hoodie pretty much to any occasion (I would leave your best friend’s wedding out of this blanket statement).

*This isn’t a fashion statement, but more of a friendly motherly reminder… tie your hoodie strings before you put it in the washer and dryer.

Give a little love to your hoodie strings to add that final accessory to today’s look.

How to Tie Hoodie Strings

The final touch of your outfit will be the hoodie strings, but no one will notice if you don’t take care of the basics first. Let our hoodie articles help you keep your garments ready to wear.

1. String Bow (Classic Tie)

  1. Lay the hoodie on a flat surface.
  2. Take both string ends (or aglets) and cross them over each other. 
  3. Circle one end of the string under the other. 
  4. Create loops on both strings by curling the opposite end of the string where you have previously already crossed them. 
  5. Cross the two loops in unison, and insert one of them through the hole between the loops while pulling them together. 
  6. Lastly, adjust them as you see fit

2. Dual String Bow

  1. Lay the hoodie on a flat surface.
  2. Create a loop toward the right side, looking away from the middle. The end of the string will be going over the top. 
  3. Use the end of the string to create a fold that you can take through the loop. Cinch it by pulling the string in separate ways. 
  4. Bring the end of the string through the loop you formed, and twist the newly formed loop downward.
  5. Once you pull the end of the string through the second loop you created, you’ll see a bow.
  6. Lastly, adjust the bow as you see fit. 

3. Flower-Shaped Knot

  1. Lay the hoodie on a flat surface.
  2. Pinch the string at its middle section, wrapping the lower half around the upper half five to six times. It will start resembling a noose. 
  3. Without letting go of the end of the string, pull it through the tiny loop you created at the bottom. 
  4. Pull the string and secure it, so it forms a circle. 
  5. Finish the knot by bringing the end of the string through the middle of the circle around the front.
Written and reviewed by:
Tall Paul
Tall Paul
I am 6'7 (203cm) / 235lb (106 kg) model and ex-athlete. Since I was a teen I had trouble finding clothes. I was too tall for off the rack and was too lean for Big & Tall.

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