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You often roll your shirt sleeves up, right? Now it’s time to roll them up in style. Sleeve Garters (or shirt garters) will stretch around your sleeves to keep them from falling down. But they also serve as a fashion statement. You can wear them as arm bands, wear them with your sleeves unrolled, and you can roll your sleeves to whatever length you wish.
It's a good idea to start with some reasons why you would roll your sleeves up in the first place. You can roll up your sleeves if you want to cool down, stop your sleeves from getting wet or dirty, and to make a fashion statement.
It does get hot and muggy at times, doesn't it? And you probably donâ€™t want to take your whole shirt off at your office party. But you can roll up your sleeves to let more airflow over your skin.
You don't want your nice shirt sleeves getting dirt, food or coffee on them, right? That won't be a good look. So whenever you do something that may get your sleeves wet or dirty, you can roll them up.
Or you can simply roll up your sleeves as a fashion statement. By rolling up your sleeves and holding them up with a sleeve garter, you can look less formal and more casual.
Rolling up your sleeves may seem a bit tricky at first, but it doesn't take long to master. You have many different ways to roll up your sleeves, but one simple way is as follows:
1. Undo the buttons on each of your sleeves, including the gauntlet.
2. Turn your shirt cuffs inside out.
3. Fold these cuffs over once to the desired length, ensuring that the fold is straight and neat.
4. Keep folding the cuffs over again and again, until your sleeve is rolled as far up your arm as you desire.
5. Wrap your sleeve holders around each of the sleeves to hold them up and make the fashion statement that will impress everyone.
Our shirt sleeve holders come in a wide range of colours and patterns. Each colour has its own different effects and combines with different coloured shirts. If you are wearing them with suspenders, you should match them of course..
Black is the more formal colour, best for special events and fancy parties. And black is more pliable. You can combine black with a white shirt for the greatest contrast. Or you can combine it with any other suitable colour for a more casual affair. You just can't go wrong with black.
Navy blue is a classic colour that radiates contemporary style. It combines well with white and cream, red, yellow and gold.
Patterned sleeve holders are a great way of adding a playful touch to your outfit. Match them with suspenders in the same design and a solid-coloured shirt.
Want to hold your sleeves up in style? We have just the sleeve holder for you if you scroll up and take a look at our range. Can't find what you are looking for? Just get in touch via our contact form, we may just have something in the pipeline that you'd like.