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Discuss Which belt buckle should I get PT. 2 (Last time, I promise) at the Culture and Lifestyle within the The Attraction Forums. Dating Advice.; Originally Posted by Mation I actually do tuck if I'm wearing pants other than jeans, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mation View Post
    I actually do tuck if I'm wearing pants other than jeans, but with jeans, hardly ever. It may help that I'm 6'4" so nothing looks like a dress on me...and a lot of my shirts ARE designed to be untucked.
    Are there any brands that you know of that design shirts so that they;'re meant to be untucked??

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    Yeah. The ones I have are D&G and Versace. I probably spend waaaay too much money on clothes, though...
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    Ralph Lauren & Pierre Cardin make some good ones, too, and they are more affordable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mation View Post
    Ralph Lauren & Pierre Cardin make some good ones, too, and they are more affordable.
    What are those shirts called? Thanks for the recommendations!

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    just regular shirts? in stores they always ask me if i want dress shirts or regular/casual shirts... if you are visiting italy check the nara camicie shops, nice shirts (regular/dress) for a nice price

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    You just have to look at the cut of the shirt, if it tapers at the back, wear it outside, because it is the fitted style. If it has no taper, then generally its meant to be tucked in.

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    they would be cut to fall just below your belt.

    there is a custom shirt place near me that can make them, but they're pricey, about $180-$215 a shirt.
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    any casual shirt is meant to be worn untucked, any dress shirt is going to be longer and meant to be tucked into pants.
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    not always, there is a custom tailor named Stephan Sue near me. He offers dress shirts in many different lengths to accomodate the buyer, some wear there dress shirts tucked with slacks, and want to untuck with jeans....but they might chose the same shirt for both occasions.
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