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T-shirt fit guide

November 2, 2020 3:34 pm

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How can you make sure that when wearing a t-shirt, you get the right look? Think you can just chuck one on and job done? Well, if you want to look your very best, there are a few handy tips:

Get the fit right – The fit of a t-shirt matters. You don’t have to be built like a bodybuilder to look in a tee, it’s all about the fit. Sleeves should stop on the middle of your bicep and ideally should slightly hug the arm. For slim guys, a tailored fit is often most flattering. When a t-shirt sits close to your chest, it will make your chest look bigger. If you’re not too confident about your pecs, then make sure it isn’t too hugging. A great fit should be one that comes down to a few inches under the belt line. For a variety of Mens Superdry T shirts, visit EJ Menswear

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Material – Whilst there are many available, the best quality is the 100% cotton. It is the softest, toughest and most breathable there is. A 50/50 cotton-polyester blend will not wrinkle or be prone to shrinkage as much, but cotton remains the elite of t-shirts.

The neck – Are you wondering whether to plump for a V or crew neck? Crew necks are generally recommended for guys with a smaller build as this give a squarer appearance. Very tall chaps should avoid v neck as they elongate the body. V necks do make the neck look longer so are better for stocky guys and those with short necks.

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