It is a simply skinny-end knot with only 4 moves. Skinny-end knots are easy because the big end is adjusted at the start making it easy to get the length right. This is probably one of the easiest knots to tie once you memorize the sequence.
It is a tie tied with the little end, and only has a few moves. Very little fabric is used. There should not be any issues getting enough tie to find the tie’s loop.
One of the main reasons I like this knot so much less than the cape. It simply isn’t as symmetrical, which could be mistaken as sloppy. You will have to make up your own mind.
This is a complex knot with many different fabric directions. The details get lost in patterns and paisleys and stripes fire in different directions risking pattern-shock. I recommend sticking with solids for this one.
It is intricate, exotic, and unsymmetrical which makes it difficult to wear. It is certainly not normal enough for formal events, it’s too intricate for casual wear, it might be okay for work depending on how comfortable you are. For celebrations it is exotic and fun.