Knowing how to wear shorts is important if you are a fashion conscious person. There are many different styles of shorts you can wear, so spend some time deciding which type of shorts look best on you. If you are going to wear shorts, you also need the rest of your outfit to look good, so do some shopping to see which shirts and shoes look best with the shorts you picked out.
Things You May Need:
- Once you choose a pair of shorts, decide on the types of shirts you want to wear. If you are going to wear dress shorts that have pleats, you may want to choose some polo-type shirts to wear. Take the shorts with you to a men’s clothing store and try on a few shirts to see what looks good. Try to get some shirts that have a little pattern to them if the shorts you are wearing are a solid color.
- You may also want to buy a belt when you wear shorts. Even if the shorts fit nicely, wearing a belt is a good accessory for appearance purposes. If you are going to tuck in your shirt, not wearing a belt may look strange. Buy a dark belt in either black or brown so you can wear it with pants as well.
- Get some shoes that look good with your shorts. Sneakers are always good to wear with shorts, whether they are just simple gym shorts or dressy. Spend some time deciding which type of shoes look best with the short and shirt combination you want to wear. It is a good idea to have more than one pair of shoes so you can alternate wearing them with your shorts.
- When you wear shorts, the occasion may determine what type of shirt and shoes to use. For example, if you are hanging out with friends around the house, you do not need to worry as much about the rest of your attire. If you are going to a party or out to eat with a girl, that is the time to put on a polo shirt and nicer shoes to wear with your shorts.
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