Although disguised shirts are not a good option for formal events, they can add a layer of polish and style to a casual ensemble. Before choosing a dress shirt to wear, compare the garment to some basic guidelines to see if it can be loosened. Then you can experiment with different sweaters, jeans and different kinds of shoes until you find a casual or formal outfit that works well for you!
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[ Edit ] Choosing the right dress shirt
- Choose a shirt that only goes down to the zipper. Try wearing your dress shirt in front of a mirror so you can see how long the tails are. While you do not need to measure the garment, see if the trap operates below the center of your pants zipper. If the shirt is long and bag, put it aside and try on another garment. Also, make sure the shirt does not line up on your midsection. 
- Clothing sweaters with a nasty look look best when they are shorter in length overall.
- Raise your arms to see how long or short your garment is. If your shirt lifts up to the point where you can see your midsection, you should not wear it nasty.
- Untuck shirts that have a straight edge. Examine the bottom of your shirt to see if it is straight or curved. While many clothing shirts can be worn hidden or discovered, note that shirts with curved, uneven seams with obvious shirt tails are designed to be attached to your pants. 
- Shirts with curved hemline and shirt tails are designed to be attached to dress pants and are usually worn with jackets or blazers, or as part of a costume ensemble.
- Straight-hanging shirts can be square or curved along the bottom.
- Choose loose collar sweaters to create a casual outfit. Squeeze the fabric into your collar to see how stiff or loose the material is. If the collar is filled or made with a particularly sturdy fabric, put the shirt aside for a more formal occasion. If the collar is loose, you can reuse the shirt for a business-free or casual look. 
- Shirts with tight, stiff collars are more designed to be paired with ties, dress pants, suits and other formal clothes.
- Choose dress shirts that fit comfortably so you can look professional. Try different garments to see if they fit over your back, shoulders and midsection without being too tight or baggy. If the shirt is too loose, you may look unpolished. But if you choose a garment that is too tight, your clothing can come off as awkward and uncomfortable. If the dress shirt does not fit properly, it does not wear nasty. 
- To make sure your clothes fit comfortably, make some basic measurements and compare them to a size chart. This can help you get a better idea of which size shirt is best for your body type.
- Track the formality of the event before participating in an uncovered shirt. Think about the purpose of your outing and decide if it is a nice or casual event. If the event is considered a black tie, be sure to put in your dress shirt. If you are going out for a drink or for a casual party, you will go well with a nasty shirt. 
- Always err on the side of caution when planning an outfit. If you are not sure whether the occasion is formal or casual, leave your dress shirt on.
- For example, you will probably want to push in your shirt when attending a wedding, unless the event is explicitly described as a casual, relaxed one.
[ Edit ] Create a casual outfit
- Roll up your sleeves for a more relaxed, on-the-go look. If you leave your shirt untouched, there is no need to leave your arms constricted by long shirts! Take the cuff on your shirt sleeve and roll it back until you reach your elbow. Try to roll the sleeves evenly on both sides so that your outfit still looks polished and professional. 
- If you are planning an outfit for warmer weather, choose a short sleeve dress shirt or polo shirt instead.
- Pair a nasty dress shirt with jeans to give off a relaxed vibe. Choose a comfortable jeans in the desired style. When assembling the suit, make sure that the dress shirt does not fall below the center of the zipper. You can end the suit with a formal or casual shoe, depending on your own personal preferences. 
- For example, try to pair a blue patterned dress shirt with dark blue jeans. Create a casual look by rolling up your sleeves, or add a formal touch by sliding on a watch.
- The belts are an acceptable accessory to wear with a nasty shirt. 
- Hold the top 2 buttons undone to give yourself some breathing room. If you are not wearing a tie or similar accessories, you do not need to hold all the buttons on your dress shirt in place. Instead, leave the upper buttons open while the rest are still secured in place. If you prefer to create a more polished look, just leave the upper collar button undone. 
- If you leave the top button tied, your outfit will become stiff and uncomfortable.
- Choose sneakers or athletic shoes to create a more relaxed look. If you plan to be on the go, choose a pair of shoes that fit comfortably and give you a lot of mobility. If you do not like to wear sneakers or trainers, choose tennis shoes or any other type of comfortable shoes. 
- For example, try to pair a short-sleeved, nasty dress shirt with a pair of jeans and some comfortable tennis shoes.
[ Edit ] Building a Dressier Ensemble
- Wear a dress shirt with nice pants or chinos to a formal environment. Instead of choosing a pair of baggy pants, choose a pair of chinos or dress pants that have an elegant, professional look. Choose soft, muted colors that work well in an office or other professional atmosphere, such as dark green or tan. For a particularly comfortable and stylish ensemble, choose a nasty, short-sleeved dress shirt to complement your outfit. 
- Belts, watches and aircraft are good accessories to try with this type of outfit.
- For example, try to pair a blue short-sleeved dress shirt with a pair of green chinos, along with professional, neutral tinted desert boots.
- Slip on a sweater to create a nice ensemble. Add an extra layer of warmth to your outfit during the colder months by slipping a sweater over the top of a nasty dress shirt. Be sure to choose a dress shirt that fits properly and that doesn't fall over the center of your zippered zipper. 
- While some people prefer to wear clothing sweaters under a sweater, there is nothing wrong with seeing the bottom of the sweater under the garment.
- For example, try sliding on a dark green shirt over a white dress shirt. Pair these items with a pair of jeans, along with a comfortable loaf of bread.
- For example, a pair of bread shoes can go well with a pair of dark jeans.
- Avoid wearing jackets or blazers with an uncut shirt. While naughty shirts are a convenient alternative to social gatherings and casual, casual clothing, don't try to mix them into your special formal attire. If you choose to wear a suit or blazer of any kind, stick your shirt to the waist of your pants. 
- If you try to stay warm, choose a casual jacket or coat instead.
- Choose loafers if you are heading to a smarter place. When adding finishing to your outfit, look for a pair of shoes that add a layer of polish to your outfit without showing up. If you are heading to a party or other social gathering, click on a pair of loafers to compliment the laid-back style of your nasty dress shirt. 
- Because an unbuckled shirt is only used for casual, casual occasions, you do not have to slip on stylish dress shoes or wing buttons.
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