The Fashion For Men – Surely everyone ever roll up their shirt sleeves, or even some are always roll up the sleeves when wearing a long sleeve shirt. There are many reasons why a man rolled up his shirt sleeves.
Whatever the reason, there are no standard rules about when you have to roll up the sleeves. What is wrong is when you roll yours, but you don’t know how to do it properly, and the result is you do in a wrong way.
The wrong style when you rolling the sleeve can ruin the appearance, and your convenience. Perhaps you have an experienced with too loose sleeve’s role or feel uncomfortable because the roll is too tight. In addition, the wrong rolling style make your shirt becomes tangled. Another question arises about how high rolls you should do, whether above or below the elbow. You will get the solutions and answers in this article.
Before discussing how to roll in right way, we discuss in advance about how high the sleeves to be rolled. The thing to remember are only two. The first rule: roll a little above the wrist. Others will know you are wearing the wrong shirt size if the roll was limited to the wrist. The second rule: let your elbows covered by the sleeves. Rolls up above the elbow is more suitable for them who do a high mobility, such as lifting or climbing trees. Read also: How Should Dress A Shirt That Fit Your Body Shape
Now about how the rolling style that is not too tight or loose. There are several techniques that can be used, but here I will only discuss three of the most popular techniques. I found the right picture for you, from Art of Manliness:
First, casual roll. It’s easy. Open the buttons on the shirt cuff. Perform two folds to the size of a shirt cuff. What the cuff can be found here. This technique is suitable when you feel the uncomfortable with the room’s heat, it will let the air reach into your arm.
The second technique, basic roll. Basically, you can do in the same way with the casual roll. However, this technique is done with three folds. If you have a big arm, open the sleeve buttons so the rolls not too tight. This technique gives room for your hand to move actively.
The third technique, the master roll. You can do this by opening both the sleeves buttons. Then flip and fold the cuff until the elbow and fold the rest to cover the cuff in the elbow. This method is rather difficult to do if you have a really slim fit shirt, because it would be too narrow. Master roll suitable if you have a shirt cuff and arm with different colors. This technique is also easy to be released without making crumpled shirt.