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Rolled Up Sleeves

Posted by Abbi Loizou on

Rolling up shirt sleeves is something many men do naturally. So here are a few methods for rolling up your sleeves when you still want to look elegant.

It keeps your sleeves clean if you have to play in the dirt or prevents them from getting wet when washing your hands or cleaning off your car.

It keeps you cool on a hot and humid day.

It makes a more formal outfit casual if the venue changes such as going from the boardroom to a bar for drinks with friends.

Keep the sleeve rolled up to the forearm or just above the elbow. No higher or lower for a dress shirt, or it is simply the wrong choice of shirt.
Fold your sleeves. It minimizes wrinkles and looks more polished and less sloppy.
Keep the sleeves even. Don’t leave one two inches lower than the other.
Undo any buttons or remove the cufflinks before you fold.
Rolling up shirt sleeves is  something many men do naturally. So here are 
a few methods for rolling up your sleeves when you still want to look elegant.  

It keeps your sleeves clean if you have to play in the dirt or prevents them from getting wet when washing your hands or cleaning off your car.

It keeps you cool on a hot and humid day.

It makes a more formal outfit casual if the venue changes such as going from the boardroom to a bar for drinks with friends.

  1.  Keep the sleeve rolled up to the forearm or just above the elbow. No higher or lower for a dress shirt, or it is simply the wrong choice of shirt.
  2. Fold your sleeves. It minimizes wrinkles and looks more polished and less sloppy.
  3. Keep the sleeves even. Don’t leave one two inches lower than the other.
  4. Undo any buttons or remove the cufflinks before you fold.

 

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