Contrary to common belief, man boobs, a.k.a moobs are fairly common. You might feel embarrassed to have them, but you're not alone.
There is an end number of reasons as to why you could have man boobs. From having more flesh on the chest because of being overweight, to suffering from a medical condition called gynecomastia, which is an excess amount of breast tissue to the side effect of taking in steroids, or being born with them, to name a few reasons.
Ideally, first, you should try to understand why you have them and then possibly set a treatment plan in place to fix it, after consulting a doctor, of course, which would possibly involve medication and minor lifestyle changes.
But meanwhile, there are ways to hide it completely if you get a few hacks right in terms of styling your clothes. These can save you from having people discover the two bumps on your chest:1. A Compression Shirt
A snug fitted compression tee is great for your chest area and works as a great base layer for starters. You can even get them with short sleeves for Summer.
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Layering is a great way to hide uneven bumps, as the different layers of fabrics grab the attention. Try to experiment with different silhouettes, and weaves to get a well put together outfit. This works especially well in the Summer.
One tends to choose loose fitted, baggy clothes under the impression that these clothes hide fat. Far from it, baggy clothes exaggerate fat and make it seem even worse. So contrary to instinct, choose clothes that will fit you well.
But at the same time, you shouldn't choose clothes that are too tight at the same time. You need to find a middle ground in finding a fit which is neither too tight or too loose.
Shirts and fitted garments give a better fit than say, t-shirts and light silhouettes. In terms of the structure of the neck, V-necks work better than round necks. Try to add statement pieces like a watch or boots, a necktie. These always help hide the bumps in your outfits created by man boobs.
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These hues enhance the bumpy regions, instead, go for darker hues that submerge any unevenness.
Here are a few examples of you can style some of your looks to avoid the exposure of man boobs: