Shirts are uncomfortable

Why are button up shirts so uncomfortable? It feels like I’m suffocating even when I wear one by itself and I sweat so much more on them than normal t shirts. This is what keeps me away from switching exclusively to them due to how shit they feel. I’m not using polyester, I use 100% cotton shirts. What’s a good alternative that is comfy but aren’t polos, or maybe different material.

26 thoughts on “Shirts are uncomfortable

  1. Anonymous says:

    >It feels like I’m suffocating
    stop slouching.

    >and I sweat so much more on them than normal t shirts
    you probably got one of those never-iron shirts impregnated with teflon.

    >I use 100% cotton shirts
    make sure they’re not never-iron and pay attention to weave.
    consider pima or madras cotton.
    consider linen on a hot day.

    • Anonymous says:

      >stop slouching
      I dont slouch when I’m out
      >you got one of those never iron
      I didn’t, they’re 100% cotton like I said. Maybe it’s the weave, but i don’t know. Also another point I didn’t bring up is that it pisses me off having to actually iron them, more effort to do for inferior comfortability.
      >consider linen
      In my experience with linen garments, they’re not much better than cotton in terms of breathability, they’re 50% lighter sure, but it’s not a magical solution.

      • Anonymous says:

        >In my experience with linen garments, they’re not much better than cotton in terms of breathability
        this is counter to my experience, i find the difference to be night and day.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >stop slouching.
    oh and make sure the neck hole is sized correctly for your neck too i guess
    but seriously tense that core and straighten that back if you want to do up the top button.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like you are fat and unhealthy. Lose weight fatso. I wear button-down shirts in the summer when its over 100F, full sleeves and black slacks.

        • Anonymous says:

          Fat status starts at 25 bmi. You may have it wrong or you have body dysmorphia

          Dont buy slim fit

          You may be right anon, that might be it. I buy shirts slim fit.

          >In my experience with linen garments, they’re not much better than cotton in terms of breathability
          this is counter to my experience, i find the difference to be night and day.

          Linen feels really good, but it isn’t the end all be all

  4. Anonymous says:

    Either anxiety because you aren’t confident enough to wear one.
    Or you’re fat and they don’t fit well and you need to lose weight.

  5. Anonymous says:

    i can only imagine what fat braindead zoomer made an entire thread complaining about one of the most popular widely worn shirts of all time

    • Anonymous says:

      What is it with deadbeat milennial stupids always malding about our generation? Keep seething that we have it better than you, gay

        • Anonymous says:

          Cope and projection from being one of the ones tricked into war in the 2000s. You know damn well our generation aren’t a bunch of zog stupids who jump into the first chance to get exploded in a desert. Our generation ends wars, meanwhile you suck goldstein boomers off gladly. Milennial gays are pathetic people and poor too.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dang ol’ button-up shirts, man. I tell you what, they can be a real pain. But hey, don’t you go frettin’ none about it. There’s always another way to skin that dang ol’ cat.

    Y’see, I ain’t no expert on fashion, but I know a comfy shirt when I wear one. And let me tell you, button-up shirts ain’t always the comfiest. They can be stiff and scratchy, and they can make you sweat like a dang ol’ pig in a blanket.

    But here’s the thing, man; there’s a whole world of other shirts out there just waitin’ to be worn. You got your T-shirts, your polos, your henleys, and even your dang ol’ Hawaiian shirts.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *