I almost exclusively wear my t-shirts tucked in or tied. I just think they look better and flattering on me that way, no matter how big or small they are on me to begin with. A bunch of you have asked me recently if I have any tips on how to to tie a t-shirt and the answer is YES! I actually have two methods I use depending on how much fabric I have to work with. If you have a lot of extra fabric, you can simply tie the t-shirt into a classic knot. Gather ALL the extra fabric into one hand, on one side of your body.
The paradox of choice also known as choice overload is the phenomenon by which having too many options exhausts us, makes us unhappy and generally leads us to make terrible decisions if any decision at all. Nowhere is this more evident in the male wardrobe than when it comes to shirts and ties. A quick glance around any workplace will confirm this. Is it possible that all these men have bad taste, or are they simply suffering from decision fatigue?
Pretty much every day. Oh well. At least when I sew I try to add a little variety to my t-shirt lineup. Like all of my t-shirt patterns, this one is easy to make. I started with my Classic Tee pattern and shortened it a few inches, then added ties at the waist.
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