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Who Will Win?
In this blog I’m going to discuss the question, who would win in a gender shirt war? In each of the headings I will examine both side and give my personal opinion on the information I have found.
Both men and women have various ways of styling shirts. Some of the styles for men include leaving the top couple of buttons open and rolling up the sleeves and wearing a tie with the shirt for a dressed up look. Some of the styles for women are buttoning up all the buttons for a business look or turning up the sleeves and collar for a casual look, (For more ways to style women’s shirts look at our previous blogs.). I personally think that there are more ways to style and vary your look with women’s shirts than with men. I think that men don’t experiment with different styles as much as women and as a result there’re less way to style men’s shirts.
In the clothing market both women and men have a good variation of designs and patterns on shirts, from men’s Hawaiian shirts to women’s Harvey- Paul shirts. Both have a great choice but I strongly think that women are much more adventurous with the funky designs and I think that men wear patterns more often as daily shirts, like checkered or striped. I looked at both sides and I just couldn’t decide so I’m calling this one a tie.
In this category I’ll look at the difference in prices between men’s and women’s shirts. You can purchase both men’s and women’s shirts quite cheaply but when you buy pure quality cotton that will ultimately last much longer with wear and washing, there is not a great difference between the prices on both sides. It all depends on the quality, cut and fabric of the shirt. In this category I think that it is too varied to decide.
Shirts can be both extremely high quality and low quality. Generally speaking, the quality linked to the price tag. High quality shirts are also made from high quality materials such as cotton and linen. Cotton is great as a material for many reasons, (for more on cotton look at our previous blog). The manufacturing of the shirt is a key factor to the quality of the shirt. The thread used must be strong and durable. Low quality shirts are normally made hastily and in large numbers. They don’t usually use quality materials and as a result the shirt’s lifetime is normally shortened dramatically. Attention to detail is very important. Men’s shirts can sometimes be manufactured in bulk as they are a popular wardrobe accessory but it all depends where they are bought , Not all men’s shirts are low quality but from what I researched women’s shirts are generally a higher standard. Women’s shirts are normally designed by well-known designers and in turn better designed. Likewise with the men’s some of the women’s shirts can be of low quality as well.
Now that we’ve looked at some of the most important aspects of a shirt I personally think that women wear shirts better than men. They can vary their styles more than men and they have a great choice of colour and designs to choose from. The value on both sides was pretty equal but I feel for the quality of shirt you buy the price can be justified the majority of the time. In all I think that women do wear shirts better than men after all us ladies just love our style and fashion trends along with a good rummage through the sales rails.