Is it too much to ask shirt makers to put an extra button towards the bottom of the shirt to keep it neat when it's tucked in? Of course shirts tend to ride up and come untucked, but often when that happens the front tails of the shirt separate. br> For example, I wear 171/2 - 32/33. The front placket from top buttonhole to bottom is usually 28", which is long enough because I'm short, but the last button is usually at my navel or a little above. I wear my pants just about navel level but I find myself sticking my hand in to smooth out the front of the shirt (I know... tmi? ). The funny thing is that some shirts, like Kohl's Croft & Barrow or JCPenney Stafford have that extra button at the bottom which keeps the shirt neat. I'm probably overthinking this, but has anyone else noticed this, and if so what do you do? I thought about a safety pin. I'm wondering if it's worth asking the tailor to put that extra button and buttonhole.