11 how to tuck in a shirt properly?
It’s never about right or wrong, but how good can you do it. The idea is to achieve some sort of symmetry, with your shirt buttons in line with the fly of your pants. But even before you tuck it in, the shirt should fit your body properly. Oversized shirts will naturally create creases and a puffy-looking shape above the waist. There is what people call the Military tuck, a trade shared among armed forces, which tackles this pet peeve by folding the loose fabric hanging on the side and pulling it backward and downward into the pants. The ultimate goal is to maintain an almost straight silhouette of the shirt from torso to waist.