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    Does anyone know what I can use to keep my uniform shirt tucked in neatly? If anyone knows, what are the products that can be used and where to get them is what I want to know. If anyone knows any websites or stores, that would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Originally posted by #1TPS View Post
    Does anyone know what I can use to keep my uniform shirt tucked in neatly? If anyone knows, what are the products that can be used and where to get them is what I want to know. If anyone knows any websites or stores, that would be appreciated. Thanks.
    "Shirt stay's"... basically they clip onto the the shirt (at the bottom) and onto your socks. Shirt will not move. Just google shirt stays and should come up with plenty of hits.
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    • #3
      Either that or the inner belts. They are just rubber belts that go under your pants and over your shirt.
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      • #4
        What to use to keep a uniform shirt tucked in neatly.

        Hmmm duct tape maybe joking. Try this http://www.galls.com/style.html?asso...UA331&cat=3171 or http://www.workinggear.com/gc/custom...OITrakid=11381
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        oh ya

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        • #5
          WOW! Hey good idea, I've even tried unbuttoning my fly and pulling the shirt down that way, but for the life of me those shirts just yank themselves up.
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          • #6
            hmm...

            with a lot of the guards I see, sit-ups might do the trick. Seriously though, hidden tailor, check them out...

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            • #7
              Proper Uniform Trousers

              I was fortunate that I always had companies that did not supply rubbish unforms. Any proper suits (not those for $99 with a free shirt and tie) will have a rubber strip about 1/4" wide that keeps your shirt tucked in snug. You blokes are lucky in the USA as your shirts are always cut longer than the crop top stuff made in Asia and sold here. I got my own company's uniform shirts from the USA with the 5 pleats (good looking and cooler in summer) but very expensive for a bloody shirt.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by dougo83 View Post
                with a lot of the guards I see, sit-ups might do the trick.
                I tried that, but the shirt just untucked itself even quicker!
                "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give" - Winston Churchill

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Ron Jessee View Post
                  WOW! Hey good idea, I've even tried unbuttoning my fly and pulling the shirt down that way, but for the life of me those shirts just yank themselves up.

                  OMG, I thought I was the only person that did that. People always look at me weird when I do that...
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                  • #10
                    Try tucking your UNDERSHIRT into your underwear and the uniform shirt just into the pants like normal. Got this tip from a coworker, works like a charm for us.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JB diligence View Post
                      Try tucking your UNDERSHIRT into your underwear and the uniform shirt just into the pants like normal. Got this tip from a coworker, works like a charm for us.
                      Also helpful for when you get a job as an underwear model.

                      Seriously, the best advice I've ever heard for keeping your uniform shirts looking sharp is: stand up straight. If you slouch, your stomach pulls the shirt out of your pants. Its even worse if you wear a vest.

                      I did wear a uniform at one time, so I understand the importance of looking neat and professional. No one cares what I look like now, thank goodness.
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                      • #12
                        Ok I found this by accident from another post and thought you may wish to check it out. The same stuff is sewn into the inside of all my uniform trousers I have ever had (no longer wear a uniform) but my suit trousers are no different too. Perhaps worth giving this link a try and see if it is worth the small investment.

                        http://www.streichers.com/ProductDet...TS&Prod=FBC-HT
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