Front/Mullet tuck: is the most popular and easy option when it comes to tucking in your shirt. Front tucking your shirt draws the eye up to your waist rather than leaving your body visual on a long line. Simply grab the front middle of your top and tuck it fully in where there is no extra fabric on top. Don’t front tuck with a thick top that will create a pouch effect in the front.
*Full tuck: a full tuck for a tailed look with a high waisted bottom and slim top. It looks more tailored for work when layering and wants your bottom layer tucked in for less bulk. Don’t do a full tuck with a low waist or a chunky top.
*Leave your shirt untucked: leave your blouse untucked when the shape is made to be that way. If the shirt has a specific hem like a peplum, a band at the bottom or ruffles at the hemline, this won’t require to be tucked in.
*Tie your hemline: tie your shirt when you want a fun an alternative to the other tucking options and you have a thinner material.
*Viennetta tuck: is a gender-neutral alternative to the full tuck. It works best with oversized tops, so you have enough to create a concertina- like shape.
*Navel tuck: is a thumb-sized tuck placed squarely underneath your belly button.
*Mushroom tuck: it’s all about silhouette, a massive top. It works best with a chunky knit, sweater top and hoodie.