It seems in the past if your going somewhere nice like for Holidays or a night on the town your supposed to dress nice, that used to mean nice pants and shirt tucked in. Nowadays I rarely see shirts tucked in, for my body type I never liked how it looked anyway, but now men and women seem to wear hoodies and long shirts often and rarely tuck shirts in. With the exception of weddings or work it seems like a fading style. Even if tucked in now it's more of a half tuck, which in the past would of been considered sloppy. Also the rule for men and women would be shirt tucked in to pants always wear a belt, is that still the rule?
- Yes, it's very much still in style42% (11)19% (3)33% (14)Vote
- It's still in style but not as popular35% (9)56% (9)43% (18)Vote
- It's not in style anymore23% (6)25% (4)24% (10)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
It'll never go out of style1
Most Helpful Guy
Important style point: some button down shirts are made to be untucked, with a squared off lower part. These are acceptable to wear untucked. Other shirts are built to be tucked in, with a longer and more rounded bottom edge. If you wear this untucked, you likely look bad. The occasion is also a factor. If you're out at a bar or something, do what feels right. If I'm going out to dinner at reasonably nice restaurant, I'm tucking in. There's casual, and then there's what I'd call "classy casual." And remember that if the worst thing someone says about you is that you're the best dressed person in the room, you're doing alright for yourself👍2