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can never, ever look good.
and i'll show you a woman that's got a good man.
but i have ne exception to the rule
for me the shorter the sleeves the better. When you're rocking the biceps like i do you want to flash your assets at every given opportunity. I often roll up my t-shirt sleeves in a casual fashion then flex (arms behind head is a personal favourite) to show off the rippling boomsticks. No complaints so far
like a short-sleeved shirt.
i might have to buy some though. My guns are too hidden beneath the shackles of rolled sleeve oppression, i need to show how much of a beefcake i am to the entire workplace
maybe one day you'll understand
It makes you look like a bus driver.
I still wear 'em during the Summertime but I'm under no illusions of how bad a look it is.
Also you can get away with casual short sleeved shirts much more than you can smart short-sleeve shirts. Not that they're great by any means but they're definitely not so bad.
But I always roll my sleeves up, it makes me look hard-working.
Impossible to wear without looking like a delivery boy/school boy
I'm wearing one now, as it goes. Which probably sums the whole thing up.
In fact, I hate anything short sleeved. But that's mostly because I have the arms of a foetus.
Although I do see businessmen wearing them with ties, which makes me weep a little bit. Generally I'm more a fan of the rolled-up-long-sleeve shirt.
you just need to be attractive enough to make them look good
excellent use of CTRL+v
difficult to look good in. If you're some sort of adonis who'd look good in a burlap sack then fair enough, but you'd look better in something that wasn't a short-sleeved shirt.
Is it always on the 1st or am I just imagining that?
type 1: worn in the office with a tie. Lots of flapping about the bicep area - looks AWFUL
type 2: caual shirt, fitted snuggly around the rippling bicep. Worn with an open collar - looks AMAZING
Sporting one now.
Except no rippling bicep...
Short shirt + tie looks awful.
They look shite.
See also: Those horrendous 2/3rds length shorts.
This is my favourite shirt eva http://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v119/213/34/1611120014/n1611120014_3472_5818.jpg
Do I look like a berk? Text Yes to 68880.
I struggle with this dilemma every year and vary between wearing long sleeves and slowly boiling myself to death and wearing a short-sleeved shirt and accepting I look a bit of a twat.
The t-shirts are absolutely not fucking happening though. Around the house maybe - nipping to the shops/somewhere where I won't know people then perhaps but I absolutely refuse to wear t-shirts in public around people I know.
I've no problem with other people wearing them.
I just look like Posho McPhosho of Poshington Hall trying to "dress down".
this looks fucking awesome when i wear it.
as long as they fit properly and don't have massively flappy sleeves
as long as they are fitted with short sleeves, they're great.
they can NEVER look good.
It looks good with my suit trousers and this tie. Thanks.
All about long sleeved rolled up
it scream out "IT repair man"
i wouldn't wear one with a tie or anything. i've got one on now as it happens.
this include long sleeve shirts that are meant to be rolled up at the arms...?
nice sexy lightly tanned guitar playing arms on show - how can that be bad?
with long sleeved t-shirts underneath.
and i thought you always had good taste, phil.
btw i'm not working friday night ;;;;;;;;)
Rolled-up long sleeve shirts look so much better.