A man works all week in long sleeves during the week, so we can go sleeveless on the weekend. You may want to jump the gun (pun entirely intended) and sport your new tank without thinking about it... but going sleeveless is one task you don't want to tank before knowing some general guidelines.
The first paragraph was cheesy for a reason - you want to save the jokes for your conversation and not your tank top. Whether going sleeveless or not, shirts are not the vehicle to express your misogynist beliefs or how much you love being lazy. Stick with simple graphic designs or basics that'll last for years to come - not just until you turn 17.
Secondly you'll want to make sure your grooming is on point, because no matter how fit you are, bad grooming can take you from attractive to lady-repeller in 0.2 seconds. Make sure that the actual fabric is about a half inch away from your body as opposed to being skin tight. At the same time, you don't want to be wearing a piece of fabric that shows all of your love handles and rib cages (that's what we'd call, a tasteless piece of fabric that douchebags wear to the gym... not a tank top). Follow these guidelines and let your arms do the talking, you stud.
DJ Hargrave is a menswear blogger and founder of Tailor Made Style. HIs goal is to empower others to become the strongest version of themselves through their style and helping them be informed by what's going on in the menswear world. You can find him on Instagram and Snapchat @tailormadedj