5 Shirt Tricks Men Probably Don’t Know.
Here are a few things you should probably be doing with your shirts.When wearing a white dress shirt,undershirts of the same color usually show through.A grey undershirt is typically less visible,as it more closely matches the value of skintone.An easy way to get a good sleeve roll is to pull the cuff up like so,and fold the sleeve over it here.
Jack Kennedy did it this way,so it’s probably good enough for you.Simply shoving your shirt into your pants can cause severe muffin-topping.To get a clean tuck, grab the bottom of the shirt and fold the fabric back at the side seams.This hides extra fabric and is great for shirts that are particularly wide.Or you could just buy shirts that actually fit.
And while we’re on the subject of tucking,shirts with the longer, curved tails are designed to be tucked.Shirts with flat bottoms are better suited for leaving untucked.And those little sleeves on your collar are for collar stays.Use them to achieve a more clean, formal look.Want to update an old shirt? You can turn a shirt collar into a band collar. Simply cut off the collar here.You can also pull the stitching,remove the collar, and resew it, but you’re probably gonna [bleep] that up.