THE COTTONLONDON treats you with a pleasure of purchase customized shirts of a certain size and style you want, because these are made in Britain. Maybe you've got your formal dress shirt tucked-inimpeccably and now you're looking to make a catchy appearance in untuckcasual shirt to wear after work. Below are tips for developing this new size and improving your casual shirt fit.
The LENGTH OF SHIRT
Broadly speaking, the major difference between tucked-in shirts and casual shirts is the short width of the shirt we suggest modifying the width of the shirt anywhere between 1.5 "to 2.5" for an un-tuck, and for casual style depending on your dress shirt fit.
PROBABLY JUST INCREASE THE MIDSECTION
When you dress up your shirts on the thin side in the midsection, there you will certainly would like to expand the midsection width by at least. 5"–1" to enable the shirt to fall straighter and not produce an hourglass silhouette on your waist. Whether the midsection is too trim on a shirt you're intending to wear untucked, you'll find the shirt bundling around the waistline and not slipping comfortably over the top of your pants.
INCREASE WIDTH OF CHEST AND SLEEVES
In addition, many think that increasing the length of the chest .5′′ allows for a more relaxed, easy-going appearance. This is especially true if you dialed a smooth tailored fit in your dress shirts. If your dress shirts are comfortable and traditional fit side, then you can skip the extra fine-tuning and shorten the length of the shirt to your ideal size.
The Cotton Team!