Long sleeve shirts, often referred to as long sleeve shirts, are currently very popular with young men and women. They are not only ideal as a thin shirt, but also for wearing under short-sleeved shirts or polo shirts.
Classification of the long-sleeved shirt category
Worn out and very popular, long-sleeved shirts enjoy a large fan base and can be found in almost every wardrobe. They are often referred to as “long-sleeved” or “long-sleeved”.
Cut and materials
On average, they are most likely to be compared to T-shirts, except that here the arm is only covered to the wrist. Their basic shape is reminiscent of tight-fitting, discreetly cut, light sweaters.
Usually they are made of thin, pliable cotton material, possibly with little synthetic fiber additives for better fit and dimensional stability. In men’s models, the neckline is closer to the neck and is round or V-shaped, possibly with a button placket. Ladies are also available with larger necklines in round or square versions.
Long sleeve shirts will be
worn, but also gladly
- under short-sleeved t-shirts,
so that the long sleeves and possibly part of the neckline look out. This very fashionable form of wearing is also the ajar “double-layer” look, with simple T-shirts with sewn-in long sleeves and double cutting edges. This gives the impression that two parts are being worn on top of each other, even though it is only one.
The design of the long sleeve shirts ranges from
- simply monochromatic too
- colorful and extravagant.
Very often sleeves, seams and seams are set in contrasting colors, and there are often large logos or logos on the chest, back or upper arm. These can be brand names or slogans as well as logos of music bands, sports clubs and the like. Due to their sporty, modern look, long-sleeved shirts are more likely to be associated with casual wear and are preferred by young or even young people.