Tucked vs.untucked (casual shirts)

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  1. the_sulks

    the_sulks Senior member

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    Are there any rules that define when it is better to wear your casual shirt tucked or untucked?

    Here is the example in the picture attached. I don't really get why two of the models have wear shirts tucked in while the other couple have them untucked. How do they draw the line to decide whether it is better to tuck or untuck?

    [ATTACHMENT=2574]tucked in vs untucked.JPG (53k. JPG file)[/ATTACHMENT]
     
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    max_r Senior member

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    just do the one you prefer
     
  4. the_sulks

    the_sulks Senior member

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    I like untucked. The problem is I find it hard to match the untucked shirt with the coat and leather suitcase.
     
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    MikeDT Senior member

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    There's always a third option...

    Knotted....seen here at the Beverly Hills Polo Club.
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    ...it's never been anywhere near Beverly Hills though.
     
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    I agree. There's always knotted. But if your planning to have an inner shirt, have it tucked in instead. It looks weird and hillbilly-ish
     
  7. the_sulks

    the_sulks Senior member

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    Thanks and yet I don't like the idea of having a knot.
     

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