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    About T-Shirt Guide You Need To Know

    • Author:aungcrown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on :2020-10-14
    A T-shirt is a quintessential part of everyone’s wardrobe—chances are you’re wearing one right now. From its point of origin to today, the T-shirt has evolved into endless styles, from basic to high-end. In this guide, we’re breaking down the differences between the core players and a few new ones to help you find the best possible T-shirt that fits into your lifestyle.

    TYPES OF T-SHIRTS
    For a seemingly simple garment, the T-shirt comes in a variety of styles, fabrics, designs and fits. Let’s start with one distinguishing feature—neck type.

    Crewneck t-shirt
    The Crewneck
    A homage to the T-shirt’s nautical origins, the crewneck is the universal style almost everyone defaults to. It features a round, sometimes ribbed, neckline that fits tightly around the base of the neck.

    Crewnecks Are Good For:
    Wearing under nice dress shirts (like it’s original intent)
    Layering with each other
    Letting other busier pieces shine
    Standing out on its own

    V-neck t-shirt
    The V-Neck
    Originally introduced to hide the neck of an undershirt if the first few buttons on an overshirt were undone, the V-neck has come to hold its own as a staple worn to add visual interest.

    V-Necks Are Good For:
    Wearing under dress shirts & polos
    Wearing alone on warm days for extra ventilation

    T-SHIRT SLEEVE LENGTHS
    When it comes to t-shirt sleeve lengths, it’s relatively easy when you base your choices on the weather (or vice versa). Rules were made to be broken, however, so if the occasion calls for it, wear something you’re comfortable in as long as it fits in with the theme of where you’re going.

    Men's tank top
    Sleeveless
    This can be a little trickier than it looks. With options that run from edgy (think really skinny straps) to basketball jerseys, aim for the closest twin of your favorite type of T-shirt to have the highest success rate, aesthetically speaking. Keep it simple with a fit that’s not too baggy or tight and average size straps and arm holes.

    Men's short sleeve t-shirt
    Short Sleeves
    This is the easiest of the bunch, and the style that’s probably taking up the most space in your wardrobe. Short sleeves are great year round and show up everywhere: on vacations, at the gym, under work shirts and on weekends. A nice sleeve length that hits between your shoulder and elbow looks best on almost every build and if you invest in a quality material, you’ll get a lot more wear out of every T-shirt.

    long sleeve t-shirt
    Long Sleeves
    Ready for cooler weather? This style is. The key to owning your long-sleeve T-shirt look is to get the right fit. You don’t want the sleeves to go over your wrists or the hem of the shirt to hang lower than your belt line. If it unexpectedly warms up, just push up the sleeves.

    Other neutral all-stars:
    Navy
    Navy always looks sharp, and isn’t as bold or imposing as black. Pair a charcoal blazer over a navy T-shirt for a smart casual look.

    Gray
    Gray is usually flattering, but remember: there are many shades of gray. Light gray can telegraph sweat stains, but matches easily with other colors. Darker grays look sleeker but are harder to match, especially with other dark colors. A heathered gray can be your happy medium.

    Black
    Black comes across as sleek, smart and modern. A black T-shirt can turn up an otherwise casual outfit, but try sticking to just one piece since it’s hard to match different shades of black.

    Stylist Tip: A blue T-shirt and khakis is the perfect color combo.

    HOW TO WEAR A GRAPHIC T-SHIRT
    From faded band logos to your favorite restaurant back home, graphic T-shirts have an undisputed place in casual style for men. Upgrade your rotation with the latest designs and be sure to debut them at an appropriate time and place. Since they almost always read as casual, opt for the no-fail jeans and T-shirt duo.

    Logo
    The classic. When most people think about a typical graphic T-shirt, they automatically go to a place filled with vintage rock band logos. It doesn’t have to be this if it’s not your style. Go for what you like: favorite college, sports team, clothing label, restaurant, bar and even a band. These shirts will only get softer with time as they fade. Add your favorite jeans, throw on a button-up shirt as a lightweight jacket and you’re good to go.
    Design
    T-shirts with a graphic on them give you a chance to express your interests. From a colorful print or ironic artwork, try to find a design you feel a connection with. With the amount of pop-culture options available today, you’re sure to find the graphic that fits your personality. Depending on how iconic or artsy your shirt is, you can vary your look with colorful chinos, black jeans or even suit pants if you’re a street style master.

    HOW TO WEAR A PATTERNED T-SHIRT
    Patterns add visual interest to a shirt, but that’s not all they do. They can change the shape and texture of your clothing and give your look personality.

    Stripes
    Another trip down memory lane, as stripes were represented by the navy back in the day, and are one of the many staples in menswear today. Wearing stripes adds personality to an otherwise simple look and they fit in, day or night. Make sure your outfit is balanced by sticking to solids and neutrals.

    men's striped t-shirt
    Repeating Print
    A repeated print or emblem is an easy way to dress up a bit. A neutral all-over print on a black or white T-shirt can work with a blazer, cardigan or peek out under a crewneck sweater. To add an unexpected turn, choose a colorful option to show that you’re an expert at bold moves.

    Unstructured Pattern
    Free-flowing designs, florals or motifs, will make your T-shirt a statement piece that can hold its own. Pair these with jeans, neutral chinos and shorts to allow the pattern to shine.

    Need help deciding which T-shirt style is best for you? Welcome contact aungcrown to get more help.