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What’s wrong with wearing a v-neck t-shirt and jumper/sweater

I prefer the look of v-neck to crew neck t shirts, but whenever I wear one people comment as if it’s odd, especially if it’s with a v-neck sweater as well
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swirlie · 31-35, F
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It's an issue of visual symmetry that people are making reference to when they see you wearing what you described.

A v-necked T-shirt was intended by the designer to be worn with an open-collared button-down shirt. With the top collar button of the shirt left un-buttoned, the open collar forms a V-pattern. The v-necked T-shirt worn underneath was designed to match that V-pattern of the outer shirt to the point where the v-necked T-shirt would never actually be visible.

But when you wear a crew neck T-shirt with v-necked sweater, you are subliminally conveying an ultra-conservative demeanor in your deportment by the statement the crew neck is making against the otherwise visually-liberal, v-necked sweater.

Police for example, only wear a crew neck white T-shirt under their open-collared uniform shirt, no matter what color that uniform shirt is.. black, blue, white. It is the statement of the crew necked collar of the underlying T-shirt that screams conformity and conservatism in a police uniform. [/c]
DonaldTrumpet · 70-79, M
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