Probably the most important addition to any man’s wardrobe is the T-shirt; there are so many styles available that it can be difficult to know just what you should be aiming for when buying men’s t-shirts. Here we discuss some t-shirt style tips and fashion advice to help men understand the considerations they should be making when buying this particular item of clothing.
We will look at t-shirts in their basic form, and help you to decide how you can select a style that suits your particular tastes. When worn correctly, a t-shirt has the ability to complete an outfit, making the difference between a good look and a great look. Looking good is the order of the day in contemporary societies, and the t-shirt can go a long way to making you feel confident and stylish in the clothes you wear.
There are many different styles of t-shirt available, but men’s t shirts can broadly be categorised into three groups:
Firstly, and the t-shirt choice of the recent geek-chic fashion movement, are the Granddad or Y-neck varieties. These jumpers often have two or three buttons running down from a v-neck, alternatively, they may simply fold over. These are a great choice for guys who like the layered look, as the buttons can be opened up to reveal a vest or a necktie. This style of t-shirt tends to be worn only by men who are highly confident in their sense of style.
Secondly, the v-neck, these have a plunging neck line that finishes just above the chest in a v-shape. They are incredibly fashionable, but a word of warning, if you are new to the world of fashion, then opt for a shallow plunge; deeper necks are the reserve of the more experienced fashionable men. Again, this style of men’s t shirt is fantastic for use when layering.
Thirdly, the crew neck – this style of t-shirt is much more classical than the above two examples, they are extremely popular, and no doubt, you own a few yourself. They are great to wear beneath jumpers of all varieties, and come in a range of colours – this is the preferred style of t-shirt for graphic tees, and look lovely with a pair of jeans. These t-shirts are probably the most casual of the three groups.
Styling techniques vary depending on personality, and then mood. Men’s t shirts are unique in the fashion world, in that they can be used as the base around which a whole outfit is styled, or simply blend in to the background in a complementary fashion. A bright coloured t, or one that has a graphic print, can turn even the dullest of outfits interesting – however, when opting for a bright/graphic t-shirt, make it the focal point of the clothing and never ‘busy’ your look to the extent that you appear as some kind of walking circus. The rule of thumb: one focal point per outfit.
Source by Ima Johnson