Dream meaning of shirt

To dream of putting on your shirt, is a sign that you will estrange yourself from your sweetheart by your faithless conduct.

To lose your shirt, augurs disgrace in business or love.

A torn shirt, represents misfortune and miserable surroundings.

A soiled shirt, denotes that contagious diseases will confront you.

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The Big Dictionary of Dreams » Martha Clarke
The Big Dictionary of Dreams » Martha Clarke

A shirt, because it is permanently touching the skin, indicates a need for communication and affection. For this reason, dreaming that you wear a ripped shirt means that chances are you will suffer a sentimental loss. On the other hand, this piece also reveals the way in which you appear in front of others: your image.

If it is too ironed and fully buttoned it will show your conservatism, whereas if it is open and not tucked in it will express your free and unconventional spirit.

Gypsy tradition considers that the more colorful the shirt is in your dream, the luckier you will be.

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams » Stearn Robinson & Tom Corbett
The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams » Stearn Robinson & Tom Corbett

A clean shirt in a dream is an omen of good luck, but a soiled or messy one portends a period of gloom.

Complete Dictionary of Dreams » Dr. Michael Lennox
Complete Dictionary of Dreams » Dr. Michael Lennox

An article of clothing is always connected to self-expression. The torso contains all of the vital organs and therefore relates to the way you process emotions and deal with vulnerability. A shirt is the symbol of protecting yourself while simultaneously expressing your individuality. Consider the phrase “the shirt off your back” as relating to your personal sense of values that can be changed or exchanged with another’s.

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