Adult Men Still Consider V-neck Formal Wear

A recent study in GQi Magazine showed that more than 20% of the adult male population of the United States still considers a long sleeve V-neck shirt to be formal attire.

Not to be confused with a button up, the long sleeve V-neck has been used for decades to masque the down-trodden males of society and present them as upstanding. It's been called the "gentrification shirt of America."

GQi Magazine recently polled its readers and found that more than 20% are still wearing this attire to formal events. Some are even wearing it to their own weddings.

This comes as no surprise, as the rate of adult males taking selfies is on the rise, as well as the sale of jeans with flaps over the back pockets. It's only a matter of time before the world comes to its senses and bans the biggest fashion faux pas in history.

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