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Why electrician’s don’t wear crew neck sweatshirts to formal events

18 May on Sweatshirts   Tags: , , , ,

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Slow down guys, don't panic. I had to double check myself. "Crew neck sweatshirts" are just your basic round neck hole type of pull over. Myself, I never really cared much about what type of neck line I had. If it was comfortable, it was good. Of course, I was never really known for my fashion sense. It seems that different neck holes are a little more stylish than others. A "V" neck comes to a point at the front, and is considered to be slightly dressier than a crew neck. Not that you're going to make someone's best dressed list sporting a pull over, but it's nice to know these things.

Here's where it gets funny. I thought "electrician sweatshirts" was a brand name. I'm not really known for my fashion knowledge either. I'm trying to dig up some information about a particular manufacturer, and all I'm finding is a ton of clever electrician sayings. There were a lot of good ones, but there were also quite a few that were a little less than clever. As I wrapped up my research on the matter, I concluded that the more goofy stuff you display on your shirt, the less it is considered to be appropriate attire for anything even remotely formal.

Beyond that, I would have to imagine there's almost no one out there that doesn't have several sweat shirts hanging in their closet. And I would also guess that the majority of them are crew neck. Unless you're one of them "V" neck snobs that can't be seen out in public in their sweats. For most of us, it doesn't really get much better. So, as long as it's clean, and whatever is printed on it is appropriate for the occasion, wear it proudly

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