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“To give a feminine long-skirted ensemble some masculine edge, she sometimes will wear a tucked-in, tailored shirt or oxford shoes to complete the look.”
“Ralph Lauren's pleated version looks wonderfully efficient with a tucked-in blouse, pointy sling-backs and a crisp agenda book.”
“He is small, maybe 5-5, neatly ironed and tucked-in, and so he comes off like a malevolent wee mastermind.”
“A: Start out by making your midriff disappear by nixing any styles that define your waistline including belts, tucked-in blouses or contrasting tops and bottoms.”
“They can be dressed up quite easily, so I wear them with a tucked-in white Oxford shirt, a nice brown leather belt and some brogue boots.”
“LOBBYISTS ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTED THAT SENIOR STAFFERS AREN'T COMPROMISING THEMSELVES TO BEG FOR MONEY - Sometimes Washington types become so thoroughly cocooned in the D.C. way of doing things that the idea of broaching conversation by discussing the current cinema and not someone's latest consulting project seems odd, tucked-in polo shirts become an acceptable fashion statement and Chris CIllizza's jokes are suddenly funny.”
“But when I stepped into the Los Angeles office of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) as a college junior in June 2001, I met a short young Filipino man wearing a tucked-in purple union t-shirt and baseball hat, glasses with scratched lenses, blue jeans several sizes too large, and a palm pilot holstered onto his belt.”
“Someone who's wearing a pristine, pressed, tucked-in and spotless shirt -- that's one version.”
“Next, everything had to trimmed, tucked-in, and sewn in.”
“You can counteract the effects of a tucked-in shirt by wearing a jacket.”
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