Putting Me Together: How to Roll Up Layered Sleeves -- I love how she wears a lot of cardigans with button-downs, and rolls the sleeves. Currently I only have 3/4 sleeve cardigans -- I always hate that they're not long-sleeved, but I know when I do wear long-sleeves, there are times when I want to roll them up! Here's the solution!
1. Unbutton both buttons 2. Flip the cover over 3. Tuck the cuff and roll it under so that the cuff creates a new, precise end of the sleeve. 4. Repeat until desired length is acheived. http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fashion/how-to-roll-sleeves-2014
Hammer Sleeve Clips! New accessory for locking rolled sleeves in place. Gentlemen of yore have always fastened and adorned their sleeves, and rolled sleeves have gone bland & unfastened for too long. It's time for a better way to roll. It's time for Sleeve Clips.
skinny jeans + button-up = uniform; minus the low cut, this could even work for the office; love the messy rolled sleeves, front tie of the shirt (mixing up the tuck-in), & the high waist. not to mention the monochromatic blues
Practical and Very Amazing Ways To Rolling Up Your Sleeves
How to Roll Sleeves | The J. Crew Look | Step Start with sleeves unrolled and unbuttoned - Step Roll sleeve up to about two widths of the cuff - Step Roll again to the bottom of the cuff - Step Roll once more leaving the top of the cuff exposed