Why I'm Tying the Front Of Every Shirt, and You Should Too

Why I'm Tying the Front Of Every Shirt, and You Should Too

April 03, 2018

Growing up tying the front of our shirt wasn't trendy, it was the Summer of 89 and hot! The only way to get a little relief from the sweltering summer heat was to cut your jeans and tie the front of your shirt oh and the sleeves had to be rolled up...all the way up. Little did I know this style has been around since the 50's most likely for the same exact reason. Well to my pleasant surprise this style is back in full force and hopefully here to stay! If you're not tying the front of your shirt this S/S well you should be! I've included a few of my favorite styles from the shop and a few for inspiration. Be on the look out for more of this style coming to the shop soon.



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