How do I know what type of shirt to wear?
Posted on 19 May 2015 | Yash Panjabi |
With the new season ringing, new collections have been released. It's the time for many to shop til they drop, but how do I know what to buy?. Style is important especially for an everyday workmen trying to stand out so picking the right shirt is key.
For a men, their shirt is their representation, it depicts their personality and character. The shirt that you wear needs to be comfortable and make you feel confident
The 5 main types of shirts are: V-neck, polo t-shirt, shirt, vest, round neck
There are 3 main types of shirt patterns: solid, stripes, checks. There are also different formality levels or sophistication levels for each one. For example a bright coloured solid like hot pink wouldn't be perfect for a meeting with CE's and managers but a white or black solid may be more appropriate.
The colours also matter they can be grouped into bright, dark. They also display your mood and how you are feeling. What you are wearing is almost your own art-piece.
The colours also matter they can be grouped into bright, dark. They also display your mood and how you are feeling. What you are wearing is almost your own artpiece.
To pick exactly what shirt you need you have to rank the importance of the occasion or the people you are going to be with so while your buying you'll need to know what its for. Think of 1 being the lowest just a casual lunch out with your brother and 10 being a super important job interview or meeting.
Solid shirts normally send out a preservative, more mature vibe and this would probably be your best bet for a level 10. All 3 types of shirt patterns would be alright for a level 9-10, its the colours that are key. If you want to be creative but still come off as formal a navy shirt with a white tie would look fantastic.
T-shirts and V-necks and round necks would all be ranked below 5 because of their informal connotations but these are more expressive and can be used for a lunch out with friends, don't forget to use some bright colours to speak for yourself. A polo or multicoloured checked like the one below would normally do for about a level 5,6,7.
All the shirts, stripes, checked and solid are available at www.byronshirts.com