Have you ever wondered how the name T-shirt came into existence? Well, it was simply given since human body forms a T-shape after wearing it! T-shirts are possibly the easiest thing to carry along. You can pair them up with jackets or sweaters in winter season or simply take off the jacket in summer. What’s cool about it is that even if you see a full grown man wearing Superman or a Spiderman t shirts it will look just as trendy. One can hardly go wrong with them, but sometimes there are some mistakes made while buying a t-shirt.
Not Buying the Right Fit
You would have noticed that when you go to a garment store you spend considerable amount of time when buying cloths like shirts or formals, but when it comes to buying a t-shirt, you simply get the one that is in your arm’s reach. You might not even try it out. However, this is a wrong approach. The t-shirt industry has revolutionized. Now, it is not just a garment that you wear for a casual occasion, but there is more and more acceptance of t-shirts at workplaces as well. So, try wearing it and then buy the right fit.
Not Investigating the Fabric Type
Because of the casual approach towards t-shirts, the buyers end up buying low-quality ones, which are wide spread in market. So, take some time off and enquire the seller about the t-shirt’s fabric type just as you would do while buying a suit or any other expensive outfit.
Not Considering the Right T-Shirt Type
There are primarily two types of t-shirts: the first being the plain T-shirt (which has been used for over decades) and the second being the V-neck T-shirt (this is fairly new in the market).
Now if you looking for a T-shirt to wear as a vest under your winter coats, then you can safely opt for the conventional T-shirt, while the V-neck T-shirt would be perfect for summer. Both are pretty good and have their own style statement. But it’s important that you buy the right kind of t-shirt depending on the occasion for which you would be wearing it. So, avoid making the mistake of buying the wrong type of t-shirt.
Avoid making these mistakes so that you can flaunt a t-shirt of the right fit and fabric appropriate for the occasion.
Rachana Shetty is a fashion and health blogger by profession. Her blogs on fashion and well-being are widely appreciated by her readers from all around the world.