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Need help deciding how to wear a dress shirt

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by style4x4, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. style4x4

    style4x4 Member

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    Goat
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2013
  2. jhilla

    jhilla Senior member

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    I usually start by putting each arm through those slits on each side of the shirt. Then I poke my head through the portion with the flappy things attached to it. This seems to work out most of the time.
     
  3. style4x4

    style4x4 Member

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    ;)

    I meant which style is best 1 2 or 3
     
  4. jhilla

    jhilla Senior member

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    I'm giving you a hard time as this question is slightly ridiculous. Wear the shirt in whatever way you're the most comfortable, although I might recommend ditching the undershirt. Buttons are completely your preference but the lower you go, the more you risk looking like russell brand. Then again he used to bang Katy Perry, so.
     
  5. style4x4

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    Ok thanks. I was just wondering if the 2 buttons opened in #1 was too much.
     

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