Dressing sharp for the short man part two

Dressing sharp for the short man part two

Dressing sharp for the short man part two

A lot of problems come from bad clothes choice, and if you buy something that is too loose, or that does not fit you, you have a big problem. You will not look sharp and serious when you appear. That is why you should follow these tips and improve your look.

Dressing sharp tip number three: Chest, stomach, and torso

When it comes to the chest when it comes to the rest of the stomach and the torso area, you should always have an inch or inch-and-a-half of extra material in and around the chest and the stomach area. Some of you may prefer to have a little bit more or a little bit less, but once you get below an inch, it is a very form fit and doesn't give you too much. You got to have room to breathe there.

Dressing sharp tip number four: Sleeve length

This is off the rack where I see most the mistakes made is that they do not get the sleeves adjusted. If you are thinner, you can also get the sleeves slimmed up as well. With slimmed up sleeves you will look confident, and you will for sure look sharp, and that is going to look a lot better.

Dressing sharp tip number four: Shirt length

Because dress shirts are meant to be tucked in, this is something that if it is a little bit longer, let's say you want to wear a shirt untucked, that is going to be a casual button-down. In that case, you may want to get it tailored at the bottom to be shorter so that when you wear it, again, you are only having it about, go about three inches past the waistline.