The apparel industry is worth $225 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Outlook for this industry looks positive as this is one of the largest industries in the world and continues to grow in the near future.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 15, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Tuck No Tuck, an apparel invention that tightens the hem of a shirt so it appears tucked in.
“The apparel industry is worth $225 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Outlook for this industry looks positive as this is one of the largest industries in the world and continues to grow in the near future."
“Many people tuck their shirts in at work or other social gatherings,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “This gives the person the appearance of being more serious and formal. However, some people don’t like tucking in their shirts, so this apparel invention was created to give people the appearance of a tucked in shirt.”
Tuck No Tuck is an apparel invention that will help people get a tucked in look. Wearing a shirt tucked in can be uncomfortable and restricting, but wearing it untucked can look unkempt or make the user seem like they gained weight. This invention adds an elastic band around the hem of a polyester shirt to hold it in place, close to the body. This makes the shirt look tucked in when it’s actually not. And if the user does decide to tuck it in, the shirt remains tightly in place and doesn’t accidentally slip out. This also makes wearing an untucked shirt much safer around dangerous machinery since it is much less likely to get caught and pulled in. This is a great invention that will make the user look slimmer, neater, and keep them safer whether or not they choose to tuck their shirt in.
"Made me look slimmer!” says inventor Peter O. "So that’s where it all started. Tuck No Tuck apparel: the shirt that gives you confidence.”
Tuck No Tuck is an apparel invention that will let people give their shirt a tucked in look by using an elastic band to tighten the hem of the shirt.
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