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Over the back and under the shirt

Lots of men consistently wear undershirts as they serve a valuable purpose.  Undershirts provide an additional layer that, when cold, helps to keep you warm and, when hot, helps keep perspiration from passing to shirt where it can be seen.

Because an undershirt is essentially underwear there are some guidelines that one should follow in order to avoid an embarrassing display.undershirt showing

First, your undershirt should never be visible to people around you.  If you are wearing a tie this wont be a problem, as all undershirt styles will be well hidden.  If you choose to unbutton a button or two on your shirt then I recommend choosing your undershirt accordingly.  For this situation I recommend a v-neck or a-shirt.

V-neck

V-neck

A-shirt

A-shirt

These shirts have wide and low neckline that allows the undershirt to stay hidden.  One disadvantages of the a-shirt is that the fact that it is sleeveless limits its absorption of sweat from your underarms, in part removing its function.
A shirt that is new to me is the U-Shirt.  This shirt has a wide and low neckline similar to the a-shirt but with sleeve, keeping it a functional sweat absorber.

U-Shirt

U-Shirt

Whatever undershirt you choose to wear, if you choose to wear one at all, just make sure it stays as it’s name suggests, under and unseen.

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