Style guide for slim men part 6

Style guide for slim men Style guide for slim men

Style guide for slim men part 6

In today’s world, many people are trying to lose weight either for their health or just for their own image but I believe that as long as a man is following the general principles of style, in addition to feeling healthy and following his doctor’s advice, carrying around a few extra pounds is nothing to be ashamed of.

Considerations for specific garments for slim men, tip number 8:

Trouser cuffs can also add some additional visual weight as well as providing a slight horizontal line around your ankles. If you are fortunate enough to have many of your garments custom-made for you, you can go ahead and make these cuffs on your trousers a little bit wider.

Considerations for specific garments for slim men, tip number 9:

Here is a tip when it comes to buying, most retailers are only going to describe the measurements of a pair of trousers using just two numbers which refer to the waist size and the inseam length. These two numbers, however, do not really give you an idea of how wide the pants are around each individual leg or what the drop height is from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the crotch. As such, the best way to figure out how well a pair of pants fits you is simply to try it on. If the trouser fabric is heavy enough to fall smoothly, a little bit of looseness in the lower legs does not have to be shied away from but at the same time, you do not want to go too far with this or you will risk looking like you are wearing bell-bottoms or simply wearing pants that have way too much fabric at the bottom.

Considerations for specific garments for slim men, tip number 10:

More casual pants can have their pockets slanted forward slightly to break up some of that verticality. Also on the topic of pockets, try to avoid filling them up with piles of stuff, this is a surefire way to make your thighs look unsightly bulky or even lumpy, that is not an effect you are going for.

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