This Fruit of the Loom Study Proves the Benefits of Tucked-In Shirts

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 18, 2015
References: shop.fruit & tuckeffect
According to this Fruit of the Loom campaign, choosing whether to tuck or un-tuck a shirt isn't just a matter of etiquette or professionalism -- a tucked shirt is actually an indicator of success in life, career and relationships.

In a study that surveyed 1,000 men between the ages of 25 and 60, Fruit of the Loom found that men who wear a tucked shirt -- the "tuckers" -- were 10% more likely to identify themselves as being "socially outgoing," 22% more likely to say they were optimistic about their futures, and 8% more likely to report that they dated often. 60% of tuckers reported being happier in their jobs than their non-tucking counterparts, and in addition, the tucked shirt wearers had higher incomes by 19%.