Should you roll your shirt sleeves?
The way you roll your sleeves indicates: Cooling off in hot weather – rolling up sleeves allows air to flow over more of your skin directly. A relaxed attitude at the end of a hard day’s work – rolled-up sleeves can dress down a formal outfit.
Is rolling up your sleeves unprofessional?
Rolling one’s sleeves is not just a sign of work activity; it may be an on-purpose style statement. Some men roll their sleeves to protect good clothing from damage (especially when doing dirty work). Some do it to be cooler in warm weather. Rolled-up sleeves, on the other hand, can work either with or without a tie.
Why are rolled-up sleeves attractive?
Roll your shirtsleeves When you’re not wearing a jacket or an additional layer, rolling your shirt sleeves is the breeziest way to look like you were professionally styled – and this applies to long, short, and even the occasional t-shirt sleeve.