What I Wore:
Tank: Target - $15
Cardigan: Banana Republic - $60
Pants: JCP - $25
Shoes: Payless - $19
Monogram necklace: Amazon - $43
When I was in high school, I refused to tuck in my shirts. I thought it made me look frumptastic and old, so when my band directors required us to tuck in our shirts, I always rolled it or tied it back to make it look like it was tucked in. I also asserted my teenage rebellion and rolled the sleeves so they weren't super long on my arms (and that was the extent of my teenage rebellion). That's why my students never get away with breaking the dress code; I wrote the book on how to avoid following it.
These days, however, I am not a fan of leaving my shirts untucked. I don't know why I've flip-flopped in my 20s...maybe it's just another tier to my rebellious streak? Sometimes, an outfit just looks better when the shirt is untucked, right?
So, I have to ask. Do you tuck?