47 thoughts on “Shirt stays

  1. Anonymous says:

    I used to always cuck myself into wearing shirt stays. Eventually, I just decided just to wear a something over a tucked shirt like a jacket or vest. As long as you ain’t wearing a muumuu for a shirt, it should be fine with the initial tuck of the day and taking the opportunity to adjust whenever you take a piss or something.

    • Anonymous says:

      Make sure you wear assless chaps with it to get the Gay buff synergy.

      >she pulls down your trousers in the heat of passion
      >stares directly at a medieval BDSM work fetish toy
      >bursts out laughing straight out of the room

      These things are really gay, but get the ones that attach to your socks.

      these are gonna ride up and literally crush your balls

      Those are designed to be worn with shorts, dummies. Sock/stirrup/garter types don’t work with shorts.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >she pulls down your trousers in the heat of passion
    >stares directly at a medieval BDSM work fetish toy
    >bursts out laughing straight out of the room

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m in a profession where I have to look presentable. Some places I have worked the dress code was suit and tie. I went to Catholic school my whole life and have never been able to keep a shirt tucked in. I’m in shape. Every photo from a wedding is me with the back of my shirt hanging out. What is wrong with me. Seriously I am 36 it’s been happening since I was 5.

    • Anonymous says:

      >I’m in a profession where I have to look presentable
      Same. I’m mostly interested in these because I’m becoming a cop soon and I literally cannot have my shirt untucking and getting in the way of my gear.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve never been fat. I don’t understand it. I’m 6’3 and most of that is torso. I had shirts tailored in Vietnam once and asked them to make them extra long. They are the only shirts I’ve ever managed to get to stay in for a length of time. I have to search by ‘long’ when shopping for shirts online otherwise I’m wearing a hecking mid drift.

        • Anonymous says:

          it’s got nothing to do with weight.
          even a long shirt will ride up a little, and a little is too much, when optics matter.
          shirt stays are a part of military and law enforcement uniforms for a reason, they’re necessary if you need to have everything remain tight and correct all day, no matter the activity.

          • Anonymous says:

            This. Historically men would wear suspenders which filled the same function but since suspenders are now out of place shirt stays are basically the only option.

          • Anonymous says:

            says the lack of suspender buttons on most pants, coupled with them being low or mid rise.
            you’re not seeing suspenders in most offices.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just bought a random set from Amazon.
    Honestly they are amazing, I’m in a corpo job and it’s so nice to know your shirt won’t untuck itself no matter what. There are probably nicer and more comfortable versions, but I’m happy with them so far. They attach to the front, side and back unlike OP’s ones.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Who needs shirt stays, when you can have this? Bonus: no need to iron the hecker and it’s much cooler in summer. If you wear a sweater, noone will ever know.

  6. Anonymous says:

    There’s a classic rule that adult men don’t wear dress shirts without a jacket or waistcoat. So if you are an adult man you don’t need shirt stays.

    Anyways, dress shirts are supposed to blouse out a bit from your trousers. This is why a ladies’ dress shirt is called a ‘blouse’. So in conclusion, you just should not be wearing shirt stays, except maybe as a sort of decorative underwear. However, even if you have decorative shirt stays, wearing them shows a juvenile mindset because of the above.

          • Anonymous says:

            You guarantee he dresses like trash because he knows classic fashion rules you don’t?

            Champ…

            Anyway I own those and I’ve only ever used them once. They’re weird.

          • Anonymous says:

            Of course I dress like shit. I am a /fashion/ poster. None of us dress well.

            i don’t understand. they’re adjustable, so for the concern you raised, couldn’t you ensure the optimal amount of blousing based on how you choose to adjust them? what am i missing here?

            In theory you could do that but the effect would be similar to just not wearing shirt stays. If your shirt comes untucked with any frequency it doesn’t fit you. You also don’t need shirt stays if your fit has any kind of jacket over the shirt. And if your fit has a dress shirt with no jacket, it probably looks like you’re a child or a service worker. Moral of the story: if you find yourself having to wear shirt stays and you’re not a service worker you made a mistake somewhere.

        • Anonymous says:

          i don’t understand. they’re adjustable, so for the concern you raised, couldn’t you ensure the optimal amount of blousing based on how you choose to adjust them? what am i missing here?

    • Anonymous says:

      Of course I dress like shit. I am a /fashion/ poster. None of us dress well.
      […]
      In theory you could do that but the effect would be similar to just not wearing shirt stays. If your shirt comes untucked with any frequency it doesn’t fit you. You also don’t need shirt stays if your fit has any kind of jacket over the shirt. And if your fit has a dress shirt with no jacket, it probably looks like you’re a child or a service worker. Moral of the story: if you find yourself having to wear shirt stays and you’re not a service worker you made a mistake somewhere.

      >office drone in shitty j crew chinos detected
      shirt stays are for real men in real clothes, doing real work.
      lmao at your ""fashion rulez"" get hecked gay.

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