Must-Read: T-Shirt Fashion
If all things were equal, and the world was a more fashionably forgiving place, we would wear nothing but glorious T-shirts. They are, without a doubt, our favorite outfit of choice. They are simple, refined, and have been perfected through history. And yet, as long as we live in a world where there are events you want to attend that are, “high class,” our dream of wearing various T-shirts 365 days out of the year is one that will never be realized. In some instances, donning an actual button down shirt or (gasp!) a suit is in order.
But the tide is changing. Just the other day we were out at a club and noticed that quite a decent amount of gentlemen were actually wearing T-shirts there. Now, these were not “T-shirts” in the conventional sense (as in, shirts that you got in high school or college with various bands or maybe sports team or what-not), but actually fashionably-friendly tees. Over the past few years, as a matter of fact, they are becoming more accepted, more “in.” Which is why today we’re highlighting this article over at AskMen.com about how to wear a T-shirt fashionably.
One of their vital tips:
No.7 Underneath A Classic White Shirt
Enviable style isn’t about having the latest labels or trying out every trend. In fact, great taste is often found in a simple yet timeless ensemble. For example, it’s hard to beat the sporty sophistication of white pants and a white short-sleeve woven cotton button down for summer. So keep things laid-back but refined by picking up a white button-down that skims your body, like this one from Kenneth Cole Reaction, along with white cotton or linen pants. For a more daring look, add some contrast 2012-style by slipping Kenneth Cole Reaction’s EDV cobalt T-shirt underneath your white top.
Head on over to the above link for more tips, and then go ahead and still throw away all of your old t-shirts. They’re still not good enough to wear out.
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