How to dress for your body type and shape part 3

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How to dress for your body type and shape part 3

If you wear a suit, you have a much more structured garment that can glide over things, hide things, and make you look really dapper.

General tip for any body type:

Also, make sure to dress for the body you have today because if you aspire to something in the future, you may end up with a suit that just does not look good and you may never get there.

Body type number 3: Inverted Triangle

It is the opposite from the triangular. It is when your shoulders are wider than your bottom section. Usually, it is a silhouette that is found in men who like to work out especially their upper body and so sometimes, their legs are very thin and so the look can almost get comical when you are just too muscular on the top and you look like a football player. While many men strive to be more muscular, this is a very difficult body type to tailor for. You want to look proportional which means your top has to look slightly slimmer and your bottom slightly wider. You should avoid shoulder pads. You want to go with a slimmer cut trim jacket just make sure that you have enough space in your sleeves so you can move because, with bigger arms, that may be an area where you have issues when you want to move around freely. Avoid wide peak lapels and go for something slimmer, maybe 3 and a quarter inches and notched lapels. You should probably try to get something custom made because off the rack things will hardly ever fit you because you are just too big on top and so you are likely to size up but that means everything gets wider and everything is slimmer at the bottom. Try to have something custom made with someone who has experience with tailoring garments for guys who work out.