T-shirts are widely regarded as one of the most stylish garment articles ever created. they are available in many different styles, designs, colors and prints. you can find them in three different fit styles such as skin tight fit, fitting, and loose or baggy fit. in order to know which one of these may suit you the best, you need to understand your individual style and physique. your dressing sense depicts not only your individual style but also your personality and attitude. therefore, you should choose your shirt after much thought and consideration.
T-shirts are highly popular around the globe and I am sure that everyone has at least one in their wardrobe. Nowadays, the trendiest t-shirt style is tight fitted, which tightly sticks to your skin. People, in the modern society are health conscious so the ones who possess slim and trim figures are thought to have a perfect physique. Fitted tees are designed to fit your body structure and to show off your slim figure. however, for boys fitted tees are a little too tight on the arms so that their biceps and triceps are easily visible – - this also lets them look bigger than their actual physique. Thus, men and boys, who wear these shirts look bigger and muscular. Some of these tees are tighter at the chest; they make your chest appear bigger than it actually is. Some others are tighter at the abdomen so they make your abdomen appear stronger and muscular. these shirts are mainly for physically fit men so that more women and girls are attracted towards them.
Loose and baggy shirts are mostly for overweight people so that their excessive fats, and lumps and bumps are not clearly visible. these baggy shirts have also been in fashion in the early 80′s and were worn by both slim and bulky people. T-shirts help to depict your personality and your likes and dislikes – - just like the biker t-shirts, which are for those boys who love bikes and Hollywood t-shirts, which are for Hollywood fans. Similarly there are many other types of shirts available, based on people’s individual choices and tastes.
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