Tank top or pullover?
Men’s Tank Top are a widely underrated part of menswear. If you were an integral part of the men’s wardrobe a few decades ago, they have aged over the years along with their straps. They were even considered old-fashioned and conservative. In recent times, however, a renaissance of the garment can be perceived together with classic menswear. This is certainly due to his positive qualities. The sleeveless sweater has perfect warmth properties. Because the Westover, like the Mr. Tank is also called, has no sleeves, one comes despite good warming properties not sweat so quickly. That makes him the ideal companion to business fashion. Finally, you can confidently wear it under the jacket without fear of heat accumulation.
And if it gets too hot, the jacket can be taken off and you (n) still looks perfectly dressed.
Men’s Tank Top – a classic style
Since the gentlemen Tank is an integral part of men’s fashion, it also has typical combinations that have been tried and tested over the years. Lovers of politics and business have combined the sleeveless garment in leisure time as in the plenary hall with the following items: – Men’s shirt and tie (The Westover acts as a warming west replacement) – Jackets or sports jackets (worn here rather than sweater replacement) – Jeans and plaid shirt (a particularly British casual look)
Someone who for his consistent tanker look, in addition to its historical importance also fashionable fame, is the former German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher. With his yellow favorite garment, he not only symbolized during his term of office his party affiliation and wrote in the course of Glasnost, perestroika and reunification history, he also stood for his personal, fashionable style. Mr. Genscher’s masters Tank was even so famous that it was not only portrayed in political cartoons, but even some of its worn models were auctioned off for good causes.