Shopping for Shirts


Recently I was helping a friend shop for formal shirts. He was picky about his wardrobe and so wanted to wear each shirt  he liked to find out how they fitted him. A lot of trials and an equivalent number of discards later I was freaking out about how much time he had spent inside the trial rooms. And he blamed it on how the shirts being packed. And he showed me that all the pins on the photo above came from just three shirts.

I wonder why shirts are packed like this. Is it because they want to discourage men from trialing or do the manufacturers believe that men (unlike women, as I have never seen any of their clothing packed like this) do not open shirts to look at before buying them? Let me know what you think, specially if you are one from the retail community…



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