Proper pants break and length guide part 2

How to correctly Hem trousers

Proper pants break and length guide part 2

Why you should you care about the break in your pants, number 2:

Also if you have a certain pair of socks that you want to show off maybe a half break is exactly what you want because with a full brake your socks will be invisible at all in most situations.

What is the right pant break for you? number 1

What’s important to understand is there is no absolute right or wrong with pants breaks. Some men assume that right now all young men wear their pants too short. However, if you go back to the 1960s you can see sometimes even shorter pants with no break at all. To determine what break is right for you, you have to first look at your pant hem. Is it cuffed or is it uncuffed? If it is cuffed, or the English say it has turn-ups, that means you need less of a break. I suggest you go without break at all or just with a slight break. Never with a full break because it just looks off.

What is the right pant break for you? number 2

If your pants or trousers are uncuffed, you should go with a half break or a full break. If you have an uncuffed pants and you go with no break, it simply looks too short and the lack of the weight means that your pants will probably get stuck to your socks and stay further up.

What is the right pant break for you? number 3

If you wear cuffed pants, you already have an advantage because you have more weight which pulls down your trousers more and it just creates a cleaner line and therefore you can have a shorter pants length and less of a break.

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