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Suspenders, unlike a pocket square, are not an item to be flaunted. It's okay if someone sneaks a peek under your jacket, but putting them on top of a casual attire doesn't make the ensemble stylish. You appear to be wearing your underpants over your clothing and are unaware of it. This may be acceptable in some cultures, but not in others.
In general, wearing suspenders is not very cool. They were originally used by railroad workers who needed easy access to their guns while they were riding trains at night. Today, they are mostly seen on old men who like to play with their authority. The only time I would recommend you put them on is if you are going for a no-nonsense, law enforcement type of look.
Now that we have the history lesson out of the way, let's talk about how to actually wear them. First, decide what style of suspenders you want to wear. There are two main types: wide and narrow. Wide suspenders go around the body and cross over the chest. Narrower ones go just below the arms and stick out from the body. Neither type looks good on everyone, so if you get confused after looking at many photos, maybe buy several pairs of suspenders and try them on before you buy one single pair?
Once you pick out your suspenders, choose a color that goes with most of your clothes without making you look like you're trying too hard.
Traditional Shirt Stays keep your shirt tucked in. Inside shirt suspenders, with one end clasped to the bottom of your shirt (front and back) and the other end looped to go around your foot or fitted with clasps to attach to the top of your socks. Outside shirt stays, very similar to inside stays, but without going all the way through the garment. They can be used instead of buttons on a dress shirt.
Today, most men choose not to wear a shirt stay because they are considered outdated. However, this popular fashion choice is based more on tradition than anything else. A man's shirt should be able to drape freely over his body which means that a shirt stay is needed to prevent the shoulders from slipping out of the sleeves.
In conclusion, yes, wearing a shirt stay will help your shirt remain tucked in. But only traditional shirt stays do so they're not recommended for modern shirts.
They are easily identified and appear immature. For added support, wear your cummerbund over suspenders. If you don't normally wear a belt beneath your cummerbund, clip on a pair of suspenders before putting on your cummerbund and jacket. This will help hide the fact that you aren't wearing a belt and make you look more professional.
Suspenders with buttonholes are unquestionably the most attractive and traditional style of this item. They are attached directly to the buttons sewed on the waistline of the pants using the extension on the belt (the aforementioned moustaches), which is furnished with the proper eyelets. The whole assembly is then secured to the shirt by a string tied around the neck.
Other styles of suspenders exist - for example, those that use hooks or magnets instead of buttonholes - but they are not as popular as the first one.
The word "suspenders" comes from the Latin term supererior meaning above everything else. Indeed, these items go beyond simply holding up your pants; they also act as a decorative element on their own.
For example, early American lawmen wore suspenders to show that they were officers of the peace. Today, people still use them when they want to show respect to someone important in their life: friends, family, teachers, etc.
In conclusion, suspenders are an essential item in any man's wardrobe. They can be used to hold up your pants without ruining the aesthetics of your outfit, and you can also wear them as a decorative element if you want to project confidence or authority.