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"How to roll shirt sleeves in 5 trendy ways"



"How to roll shirt sleeves in 5 trendy ways"


Rolling sleeves is an easy way to stay cool in hot weather keeps your sleeves your shirt clean. When working and give any shirt a more laid back appearance.

 Today, we are going to cover five Methods to roll your shirt sleeves.

 To start, first unbutton your cuffs and be sure to unbutton the gauntlet as well.

 1: A Formal the first method is the AIFA Roll, also known as the forearm roll

Roll the shirt once using the cuff as your guide, and then simply roll again. This is a very casual looking roll and, its only problem is it’s easy to come undone throughout the day.

 2: We have the Basic Shirt Sleeves Roll

 It starts up the same as the AIFA Roll, rolling the cuff twice. The only difference is you’re going to roll it a third time.

This roll sits a little bit higher up the arm and it won’t come undone as easily as the AIFA roll.

 3: Next step is the High Roll.

 It starts the same as both the AIFA and the basic roll, but instead of stopping at two or three rolls, you’re going to roll it a fourth time to well above the Elbow.

This roll looks good if you got muscular arms and it’s very useful for work situations when you want to keep your sleeves nice and clean.

 4: The fourth roll on this list is my favorite, the Master Roll.

For this one, you will put the cuff further up the sleeve, and then fold the excess fabric over it. This results in a very clean looking roll, one that will not come undone throughout the days.

And, best of all, when you want to unroll your shirt sleeves, one quick pull off the cuff is all it takes.

5: Finally, we have the old school Garter Roll

 Not seen very often, this uses sleeve garters although you can substitute with a rubber band. Pull the garter partway up your arm, then slide the whole sleeve up the desired height. Cover the garter with the excess fabric and you’re done.

Though not technically a roll, this method creates a very clean look that won’t fall Down easily.




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