How To Button A Cardigan

You have to learn how to button a cardigan just right to keep from committing a style faux-pas. Cardigans can be very tricky to wear. They can make you look frumpy and uptight if worn the wrong way. So exactly what is right?

You will need:

  • A cardigan
  • A nice shirt to wear under it
  • Some decent slacks
  • A nice pair of shoes
  1. When you wear a cardigan, make sure to have a whole matching ensemble. Never, ever wear baggy jeans of any kind with a cardigan. A nice pair of slacks or khakis will look great with your cardigan. Also make sure to wear a nice shirt underneath it. The point of the male cardigan is to show off some of the shirt underneath. Also remember to have shoes that fit the bill as well, no sneakers. Go out and buy a decent pair of loafers in either brown or black depending on the color of the cardigan.
  2. The point of wearing a cardigan is to look suave and sexy. This can actually be a hard look to pull off. For one, you need to make sure the shirt and cardigan you wear is snug fitting to show off your physique.
  3. Whatever you do, do not ever button the bottom button on a cardigan! This is a very big fashion mistake that many men commit. It honestly never looks right at all.
  4. Don't button the top button on your cardigan. It is sexy to show off your shirt underneath, especially if you have a toned chest. Follow these tips and you will be on your way to sporting a cardigan and looking sexy while doing it.



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