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Want To Look Awesome In T-Shirts—Here Are Some Tips

by Akash Mishra web designer

The T-Shirt is no longer the neglected piece of garment that it once was. Today it occupies a pride of place in a man’s wardrobe. But few men how to select a good T-Shirt so that it makes one look and feel smart, confident and comfortable and also gives value for money.

In fact the selection of a proper T-Shirt needs to be done very carefully since today it is a casual garment which is worn to several different places like the workplace, parties, get-togethers or even an informal round of golf etc. Of course it goes without saying that quality occupies a position of priority in the selection of the T-Shirt. Other factors which also play an important role in its selection are:

·         Fit: It is generally accepted that a fitted T-Shirt always makes a man look handsome and attractive, especially to women. With the tight fit accentuating the breadth of the shoulders and the narrow waist that accompanies it, the man wearing a T-Shirt with a good fit represents the quintessential masculine silhouette that women so drool over. In fact irrespective of the way a man is built, a proper fitted T-Shirt always makes a man look and feel masculine.

Some rules which need to be taken into account for choosing the correct fit especially when buying mens t-shirts online are:

o   The seams should perfectly sync in with the shoulder edge,

o   Sleeves should fit around the arm without extending up to the elbow, thus people with big arms need to fold the sleeves a couple of times to achieve the effect,

o   The length of the T-Shirt should be such that it can be tucked into the trousers without bunching at the waist,

o   It should absolutely conform to the contours of the body since a bigger size would look shabby and a smaller size would make the stomach prominent,

o   A big gap around the neck should be avoided at all costs especially when one raises the hands while wearing the T-Shirt.

·         Fabric: This determines the quality of the T-Shirt purchased and the label on the same gives a fair idea of the fabric composition that has been used. While Pima or Egyptian cotton is the ideal choice for making the best t shirts for men since the fibre lasts longer, feels lighter and looks thinner, cotton blends, Polyester, Merino, Bamboo, Jersey, Rayon etc., too can be used to make T-Shirts of very good quality.

·         Colour: While white, navy, black and grey make form the basic colour choices, other colours T-Shirts can also be worn provided the following rules are adhered to:

o   White tends to compliment all skin tones and should thus be a staple in almost every man’s wardrobe,

o   Grey colour tends to enhance the shape or contour of the man’s body but is also prone to sweat marks as they become prominently visible on dark colours,

o   Black is also a versatile colour option and makes for a good choice of mens stylish t shirts since it has the ability to pair up with almost all outfit combinations,

o   Navy is extremely suitable for wearing during the day even though it is a dark colour and helps to create good tonal looks especially when paired with matching jeans,

o   Other colours which can also be worn to great effect are blue, purple, red and green etc., but care should be taken to ensure that the colour chosen sync well with the skin tone.

The way the T-Shirt is worn also has an effect on its appeal and attractiveness. For example, crew neck T-Shirts are for men with sloping shoulders or a small chest while V necks look great on people with shorter heights. Tucking in the T-Shirt is generally not considered to be a good option unless the situation demands the same. While T-Shirts look best with jeans and boots, its understated elegance may also be enhanced by including a jacket, a cardigan or even a checked shirt.


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About Akash Mishra Innovator   web designer

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