Reading body language of rolled sleeves

Reading body language of rolled sleeves: You can learn a lot about others by looking at their nonverbal communication and the way that they wear their clothes.

 

When people roll their sleeves there are 3 main reasons:

  1. 1.      The person is working with current trends
  2. 2.      The person doesn’t want to get their clothes dirty
  3. 3.      The person wants to appear to others that he or she is “working hard”

 

Body language  of rolling sleeves for trend

One of the current trends for men is to roll their sleeves of “flip” them up. In some instances the shirts will have a design on the inside sleeve because it was not meant to be left buttoned. When this is done for trend it more of a matter of fitting in so that there is not negative attention. There is some social value to appear like others.  While reading the body language of a man rolling his sleeves for trend you could assume it is somewhat for the fitting in but also to get some attention.

 

An offshoot of the trend may be to show a bracelet or a watch to gain some attention through their nonverbal communication. Some people who wear expensive watches may do so just to see if others are paying attention to the social status of the jewelry. In a case like this the body language used may be more exaggerated with the arms.  

 

Body language of rolling the sleeves for work

While reading the body language of someone working and rolling their sleeves the man or woman isn’t really doing the rolling to fit within a persona or to get attention they are doing so to get some work done. Their nonverbal communication may show them as being serious or working hard on a project or service. You may see the person not making much contact with others or you could see the man or the women lifting, cleaning or even moving products. This person who is working may give off the feeling through their body language that they are in a hurry or that they are willing to take time with whatever they are working on.

 

Body language of rolling sleeves to appear as hard work is being done

For some people who roll their sleeves they want to appear like they are working harder than what they really are by using their nonverbal communication to express this idea. Many times you will see politicians who while working in town halls do so to give the appearance of being just like everyone there who is hard working or that more work is being done that what is really going on.

 

Now there are some politicians or people who really are working hard but for the most part they have been “coached” by a body language or persuasion expert to help build a persona that identifies with a person or a group.

 

Whatever the reason a man or woman rolls their sleeves you can read from their body language and interpret the situation to help understand the best way to identify what message that they are trying or are delivering.

 

Learn how to read the body language of men and women

Learning how to read and interpret body language or non verbal communication can help you understand the unintentional messages of men or women and can be learned here.

 

As always I would like to thank you in advance for your comments and or questions about reading the body language of rolled sleeves.

 

Scott Sylvan Bell

 

Now go implement!

 

Video credit for Reading body language of rolled sleeves – Body language expert Scott Sylvan Bell

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Reading body language of rolled sleeves”

  1. Scott,
    It is so fun to read your posts. I never really understood what rolling up sleevs means. It seems that when we do this we are working hard (pretend to be working hard). 🙂 Wonderful tips. Great use of video.
    Keep going! Wow!

  2. Scott
    My first visit here so have not yet had time to explore what looks like tons of very interesting and informative content. So next time I’ll roll my sleeves up and get stuck in.

    Peter Tamosaitis

  3. HI Scott,
    I roll my sleeves up because I don’t like anything on my forearms…been that way since I was a kid.
    But your take on it about the body language aspect used by politicians or people wanting to show off watches
    or jewelry is interesting!

    Michael
    Thorne Smith Blog

  4. Hi Scott,

    Indeed, when someone sports an expensive watch or bracelet, it’s often important to them on some level to display the marvelous status symbol. With the increase in preponderance of “Business Casual” dressing then men and women have to roll up their sleeves so you can see the wrist accessory items they are wearing.

    Indeed, I have 2 beautiful bracelets which I love to wear and DISPLAY for eye catching attention!

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell
    Singles Workshops Los Angeles

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