How To Choose A Right Shirt For Man (Worth Collecting!)
Posted on May 31 2019
Nowadays, most elite men in the society choose suit shirt as their daily wear. However, for non-customized suit shirt, there will always be a problem of one or two inches, which is not only uncomfortable but also not lean enough.
Today, I'm going to talk to you about How to Choose the Right Shirt & How to Adjust the Details to Create the Perfect Elite Image.
No.1 The Collar of Shirt
Just Right: A perfectly matched shirt collar will just touch the skin around the neck, but will not create an indentation, allowing fingers to slide back and forth between the collar and neck without pressure.
Too Tight: Shirt collar pressure to the skin, there are obvious indentation, can not slide your fingers between the collar and neck.
Too Loose: The collar of the shirt is not around the neck, and the body is relatively relaxed and comfortable. You can wrap your fingers around the neck without touching the shirt material at all.
No.2 The Shoulder Line of Shirt
Just Right: The shoulder line of the shirt is vertical, running down the shoulder, swinging your arms without pulling or twisting it.
Too Tight: The shoulder line is closer to the neck. The arm swing can cause tension and twist the shoulder line or create wrinkles on the shirt.
Too Loose: The shoulder line has receded to the biceps beyond the shoulders and the sleeves swing as the arms swing.
No.3 The Torso of Shirt
Just Right: After buckling up the buttons, the torso gently attached to the sternum out, there is comfort.
Too Tight: After buckling up the buttons, it will cause a tear in the front of the shirt, pressing on the sternum and exposing the skin.
Too Loose: After buckling up the buttons, excess fabric can pile up on the abdomen or sternum, creating the appearance of an obese waist when strapped on.
No.4 The Sleeve of Shirt
Just Right: The sleeve tube upper arm of sleeve is slightly wider than cuff, can have cone feeling even, but save ability certain loose, when the arm bends won't have tight feeling, put down elbow place won't protuberant.
Too Tight: The cloth at elbow and shoulder place all tensioning, in the shoulder line and elbow place can have the pull mark that causes because of tight feeling.
Too Loose: Excess fabric builds up at the cuff because of gravity, and loose sleeves make a slapping, rubbing sound when swinging their arms.
No.5 The Cuff of Shirt
Just Right: The cuff is close to the skin at the wrist, but there is a finger width between the cuff and the wrist.
Too Tight: The cuff at the cuff squeezes the skin and doesn't even loosen.
Too Loose: The cuff is wide and could contain the movement of a few fingers. When the hand on the table, the extra clothes spread out, there will be a dishcloth that is seen.
No.6 The Bottom Length of Shirt
Just Right: The hem of the shirt just covers the belt, about an inch above the waist.
Too Tight: Completely unable to cover the belt, bending or big movements will expose the back waist.
Too Loose: The front of the shirt falls down to the crotch, while the shirt is tucked into the belt, which has a large amount of material piled up at the waist, making it look bloated.