Pants fit guide part 1

Pants fit guide part 1

When pants fit well?

They should not be too loose and baggy, nor skin tight. They must have the proper inseam length, which means neither too short nor too long. A slight break is great but not required, but a big break means your pants are too long. They must have the right circumference around your waist, seat, thigh, knee, and ankle. You want clean lines and a few wrinkles as possible and pleats should not gap. The most difficult part of the fit of pants is the back view when you do not wear a jacket. pants that sit on the natural waist have a more

flattering fit than pants which are cut low. No matter how well a pair of pants fits, over the course of the day, it will move. A belt and side-adjusters will help to keep it in place, but only a pair of suspenders can guarantee a great fit all day long. Some people like wider cut trousers, others like a trimmer cut but both can fit well. Of course, a pair or very trim pants will have to be slightly shorter as a break would just look awkward. It is harder to achieve a perfect fit with slim trousers. Lightweight fabric trousers will wrinkle much more quickly and look like they do not fit as well as an identical pair of pants cut from heavier wool or tweed fabric that drapes and hangs well. At the end of the day, you want to look good, and that means clean, elegant lines and not a lot of wrinkles.

The pants style that is right for you, is the one that fits you, number 1:

Skinny trousers may be “in style” right now, but they are only suited to men with narrow waists, thin legs, and a medium height. That is pretty narrow, and furthermore.