If you still haven’t worked out how to make a slim-fit shirt work for you, then this summer is the time. Slim-fit shirts are hugely in vogue for men and are set to continue to be for some years ahead.
Am I Right for a Slim-Fit Shirt?
No one should feel that a slim-fit shirt isn’t right for them, although if you are very well built it can stretch at the buttons, so do shop carefully. For slim guys a slim-fit shirt will always be a flattering option.
A slim-fit shirt doesn’t not look good with baggy trousers, either formal or otherwise. If you are wearing suit trousers, seek out a slim-fitting pair and a slim blazer too. If you are pairing your shirt with jeans, then again go for straight leg or slim, but never baggy.
Getting Slim-Fit Right
Remember that slim-fit isn’t the same as skinny. For a slim-fit shirt to look good it needs to be close to your body but not stretched across it. Designer shirts such as the sought-after men’s Farah shirts tend to have a better fit than high street options and can be found online for less when you choose retailers such as https://www.ejmenswear.com/men/farah.
Tuck or Untuck
Unlike a standard-fit shirt, which should always be tucked in, slim-fit shirts have the advantage of looking great even when untucked – providing they have a flat hemline. But when and where are the right times to leave it untucked? You can generally be guided by the occasion, of course. For a wedding or job interview always tuck, and for a BBQ or summer party untuck. The only grey area may be a normal working day, but this will depend on the industry you work in. Work at a laid-back college? Your choice. Work in investment banking? Better tuck it in. Always remember of course that if you are planning on wearing it untucked, you should iron it right down to the hem.
A slim-fit shirt is a great option for stylish men and can be very flattering as well as being a fashion-forward option. Choose your shirt well, make sure it’s not too tight and team with a good pair of slim-fit trousers or jeans. Getting it right is not hard, and you can look great in this type of shirt.…