Hamza Abou Ammo first got the idea for cropping his T-shirts from his wife, who had been doing it herself from a young age. Ammo had been thinking that his own T-shirts didn’t look quite right on his 6’1” frame—they were just too long—so he started experimenting by cutting a few inches off some of his lesser-worn tees. He was pleasantly surprised at just how much better they looked. “The fit was way more flattering on my body,” says Ammo, an LA-based marketer. “I like where it sits on my waist in comparison to my pants. It just has a better visual appeal. The biggest thing I noticed was how it altered the proportion of my torso to my leg.” Read more at GQ.