Men’s Shirt

Mens Shirts: Formal, Occasion and Casual Shirts

How can you tell if your shirt fits?

Modern fashion demands that a shirt fit your body without causing strain at the seams or closures. A shirt that fits correctly can be affected by your body type, fashion trends and even age.

The truth is that what the average person considers a good fit can change year to year, and certainly from decade to decade. Consider the 80s style of business professionals. Everybody wore rectangular-shaped tops and boxy suits. To add to the rectangular, boxy silhouette of women, shoulder pads were worn by some women!

The style today is all about minimizing excess fabric. Modern button-down shirts are available in many styles, including slim-fit, muscle-cut, and fitted. All of these styles shape the shirt to curve at the waist and have narrow shoulders.

You know your body best. A fitted shirt may highlight certain features that you want to hide. For example, a wide shoulder might mean you don’t want to show off your waist. You should choose a cut that gives you the body shape you desire in these situations.

Style choices are also affected by age. Many times, fashion trends are followed by different generations simultaneously. T-shirts and other types of shirts like t-shirts tend to be universally popular, despite the fact that they transcend age barriers.

The final challenge is determining the right fit for a shirt. T-shirts come in a variety of styles and cuts, including a women’s cut or a slim fit or a muscular cut. However, each brand that sells dress shirts has its own style. A slim-fit cut by one brand might fit you differently than a slim fit made by another.

You can see that today’s fashion trends favor tight-fitting shirts based on current top-selling brands. Stylists recommend that you wear a button-down or loose fitting tee to keep you comfortable and not be restricted from moving.