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Fashion-speak

is a living language,

ever evolving to better describe

dress images presented

And the word is

half- tuck

half – tuck  (adj.)

  1.  to describe wearing one’s shirt with a few buttons undone

and a portion (half) of the shirt hem placed inside waist of

trouser / skirt and the other portion left out

2.  a casual / cool dress sensibility

 

Related forms:

half – tucked,  verb

worn (to wear) tucked in,  adjective clause

 

 

 

Half -tuck

“out” and about

 

(image from fashionbeans.com):

half tuck, shirt, men

“To tuck (l)   or  not to tuck (r) ?”

the burning sartorial query

Just go for it-  a fashion release!

 

 

(image from dmarge.com):

half tucked, david-beckham

Half – tuck and more than half unbottoned

a casual look favoured by style trendsetter

former footballer,  David Beckham

 

 


(image from style.com):

half-tuck, ladies

The ‘stand – out’  look

half – tuck shirt

rolled up sleeves

ripped at the knee skinny jeas

 

 

(image from fashionising.com):

half-tuck, ladies

Classic off – duty styling

white shirt, half tuck (Mais oui!)

slight flared bottom dark wash jeans