‘Queer Eye’ Just Introduced The "French Tuck" To The World And Now Everyone's Obsessed
21 June 2018, 16:54 | Updated: 26 June 2018, 09:39
The locals have discovered the "french tuck" thanks to Tan France's expert fashion advice.
When Queer Eye's resident culture coach Karamo Brown told style expert Tan France that he was going to have "every straight man around the world doing [your] french tuck," he was, in fact, not lying. Season two of the groundbreaking "makeover" show just dropped on Netflix and everyone is losing it over Tan's simple ~tucking~ technique.
The French Tuck is basically a technique in which one would tuck the front of their shirt into their trousers or skirt for a more flattering lewk. It's been around for ages but thanks to Tan's expertise in the field, he's just unleashed it onto a whole group of new and unsuspecting people in need of some fashion advice and it's quite simply changed their entire lives.
Here's SEVERAL visual representations of the inventor of the new age French Tuck, Tan expertly demonstrating how to pull off the lewk with poise, confidence and panache.
How do you do the French Tuck? It's simple - all you've gotta do is you tuck your shirt "ever so slightly at the front." The technique will slim you down, lengthen your legs but also hide your hips and doesn't highlight any areas where people might struggle when it comes to proportions. Tan also says "it makes your ordinary outfit look a little smarter." Listen to Tan. He knows what's good.
Of course, for many people, this is first time they've ever heard of the French Tuck and they're obsessed with it. Others are just living for the fact that Tan has found what might be the season two equivalent of Antoni's season one greek yoghurt guacamole.
The French Tuck will fix all of your problems. No joke.
every dude on queer eye: ive never brushed my teeth in my life— finn (@transvestigator) June 17, 2018
tan: french tuck
The French Tuck is THAT bitch.
My favourite part of Queer Eye is when they’re explaining how they don’t have a job, haven’t brushed their teeth for 5 years and their life’s falling apart and Tan just tells them to do a french tuck— sophie (@sophxthompson) June 18, 2018
Tan has truly changed the game for the locals.
thrilled to see my preferred way to wear shirts - the half tuck - getting the recognition it deserves in new queer eye. didn’t even realise it was extremely fancy and french. shouts out to tan— harriet pudney (@lqpharriet) June 16, 2018
The most ambitious crossover event in history.
Ive spent the past few days solely watching the World Cup and Queer Eye. Current mood is very much ‘Three Lions on a shirt, with the sleeves rolled up for a bit of character and a French tuck to give definition to the torso’— James Ball (@James_TKAK) June 18, 2018
Men, we're watching you. Sincerely, women who have literally been doing this for 84 years.
I can’t wait to see every man French tuck their shirts and think we won’t notice. #QueerEye2— Sarah Cooper (@saycoop8) June 16, 2018
The trajectory of Tan's simple yet ingenious fashion advice knows NO limits.
Tan's fashion advice by #QueerEye seasons— material boy in a material world (@DecentHungarian) June 18, 2018
Season 1: rolled sleeves
Season 2: French tuck
Prediction for season 3: popped collars
Gonna be drunk by episode 4.
Queer Eye S2 drinking game:— quiet mouse (@SteezeCamp) June 17, 2018
-any time Antoni is wearing a Strokes or National tee
-any time Tan has someone French tuck
-any time you notice a change in Karamo's facial hair length
-any time you are blessed by gay jesus
-any time Bobby paints some shit white or blue-grey
If it works, why change it?!
tan styling someone: so we’re just gunna add some personality to this *rolls up the sleeves and does the french tuck”— huffletop (@lotuseatur) June 17, 2018
Get it together and tuck it in, babes.
Tan France when he sees a shirt that’s not styled in a French tuck: pic.twitter.com/ZGSid4Sdvk— Abby Kuisle (@AKuisle0715) June 18, 2018
The French Tuck just cleared by skin and erased all my student debt.
Shout out to everyone rocking the French tuck today. You look slim, you look proportioned, you are taking time to look after you.— Netflix ANZ (@NetflixANZ) June 17, 2018