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Undershirt Style Guide

Undershirt Style Guide

Undershirt Style Guide

Always be fit to a tee, with the perfect undershirt for you. Read through this guide to learn the rundown of undershirt styles available to you.

Just like there’s the right pair of underwear for every man, there is also the right undershirt and t-shirt. T-shirts come in all different shapes, sizes, styles, and necklines. It may not seem trivial, but finding the best undershirt is truly priceless. You’ll know you’ve found it the moment you put it on because you’ll never want to take it off.

Long Sleeve

A long sleeve t-shirt is a true necessity for any man’s wardrobe. This classic style comes with a great deal of versatility. Wear it underneath a sweater or button-down on cold days, or lounge around on a lazy Sunday.

Short Sleeve

The perfect piece to lounge in, sleep in, workout in, or layer. Dress this style up by pairing it with a sport coat and jeans for a sleek look. For the days you want to be casual, this style works great with jeans and sneakers.


Make use of all your tank tops as gym attire, beachwear, loungewear, or the perfect undershirt on a hot summer day. Tanks provide ease of movement, are comfortable, and can also be used as a layering piece.

Crew Neck

There is nothing quite like a crisp, clean, and tailored crew neck t-shirt. This style gets its name from the rounded neckline. Crew neck undershirts and t-shirts can be worn with virtually anything, and offer limitless options.


This is a modern twist on the classic crew neck undershirts. V-neck undershirts and t-shirts are well-suited beneath dress shirts without buttoned collars, polo shirts, or v-neck sweaters. The v-neckline is available in different cuts, including a high cut v and a deep cut v.


A henley shirt is another twist on the crew neck. These shirts have a round, collarless neckline, featuring a buttoned placket, slit, or opening. They can have long sleeves or short sleeves, and look like the cousin of a polo shirt.

Scoop Neck

Imagine taking a big scoop of ice cream out of a container. The indent remaining is a similar shape to the scoop neckline. These necklines are rounded and often low-cut, revealing more skin than the classic crew neck.

Square Neck

Shirts made with a square neckline form a square cut a shape that frames the collarbone. Square necklines flatter a wide variety of body types and leave you feeling comfortable and free of constrictions.

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