Rock the casual look with these Tshirt

The most basic piece of clothing in a man’s wardrobe is a t-shirt. They are also the most often worn piece in your wardrobe, serving as your go-to outfit for any occasion, from date night to the gym to work. Korean Street has come up with a new collection of T-shirts which has a cool and very urban aesthetic to it! From Ti-Dye, to beautiful fonts, doodles, prints and what not! Additionally, this collection can be found in an amazing variety of hues, ranging from basic neutrals to brightest of mood raising colours. They are easy, trendy, versatile, and appealing all at the same time.If this season doesn’t call for a new wardrobe, we’re not sure what does! Let’s start by restocking this wardrobe essential and bringing some excitement to your collection of the season’s must-have T-shirts.From businesses to basketball teams to bands to bachelorette parties, an awesome shirt can make a huge statement. Whatever message your t-shirt might be sending, you’ll need a design style to match if you want to be heard

The best T-shirts for guys are one item to which the term “wardrobe staple” may actually be used. The term is thrown around more than a steak at a vegan party.

You would be hard pressed to find a man who has never possessed this more than 100-year-old staple, which began as just underwear, evolved into workwear, and is now an unquestionable stylistic must.

The T-shirt’s versatility has a great deal to do with its ability to outlast trends; it’s the only piece of clothing that can be worn for any occasion, from under a shirt, with a suit, to the gym, beach and to bed.

A T-fit shirt’s reveals a lot about the person wearing it. Unintentionally loose clothing that creates a tent-like enclosure around your body, with sleeves that flop piteously off the shoulder, gives the appearance of a guy who has given up. Alternatively, popping seams and a filled sausage-skin fit convey the image of a man who is unable to escape his own reflection.

The ideal illustration highlights the bodily parts you are most proud of without emphasising the flaws you are aware of. Confused? Look at your bare torso in the mirror and decide what your best quality is before putting one on.

Look for tapered shapes that don’t drape around your midsection if you have a larger chest or a narrower waist.

Choose a classic fit if nothing particularly stands out or you don’t feel 100 percent confident in your body, a feeling that many of us experience. No matter how much you want to flaunt the benefits of that arm workout, don’t buy larger to cover up lumps or smaller to draw attention to other characteristics. Likewise, if you believe that everything about your upper body is attractive, you should restrain yourself from being shirtless until implementing some of this general advice.

A traditional T-shirt should end just above your hips. This will prevent your tee from converting into a crop top when you lift your hands.

A short sleeve t-shirt should fit as closely to the skin as possible without stretching, and it shouldn’t cover more than half of your upper arm.

The ideal T-shirt never feels tight, isn’t constrictive, and allows you to move freely (with the exception of performance attire).

The shoulder seams, even in enormous or longline styles, should ideally be in line with the place where your shoulder curvature finishes.

Inputs by- Ishan Jain founder and Designer of Korean Street

Comments are closed.