Tips on buying men's designer clothing

March 31, 2013 Tom Burtingdon


No matter if we’re talking about designer t shirts or men's designer clothing, one thing is for sure: each and every thing that you buy needs to fit you just right. There is no point in spending money on clothes that don’t really make you look good, and that make you look like a clown. There’s nothing funnier and more sad than seeing someone who clearly invested a decent amount of money in clothes, but he looks simply ridiculous in them. So, what’s the solution? You make sure that everything you buy fits you perfectly.

In search for designer clothes that fit perfectly

Well, there are a couple of things that you want to keep in mind when buying men’s clothes. Of course, you can buy pants, jeans, designer t-shirts, jackets and shirts, and accessories. Of course, the accessories need to match your clothes, but, do your clothes match you?

No matter what mens style you have, one thing is for sure: you need to buy clothes that fit you just right. So, let’s take a closer look at how to buy clothes that really fit your body:

Buying t shirts: well, the tees that you buy, no matter if you buy them in bulk or if you’re buying designer t shirts, need to look right. A t-shirt looks right when the seam that connects the sleeve to the body of the t-shirt starts at your armpit and goes straight up to your shoulder in a vertical line. If the line is too much towards inside of your shoulder, the t-shirt is too small, if it’s too far outside, then the t-shirt is too large. At the same time, you want the tshirts that you buy to be the right length. A tee is too long when it creases in all the wrong places or when it completely covers your behind, and it’s too short if when you lift your arms up the in the air, your belly shows.

Buying jeans is a bit tricky. You see, jeans come in all shapes and sizes, so the only indicator that the pair of jeans that you bought fits you, is by looking at the way it fits around your waist. Ideally, you should be able to slip two fingers tops in between the skin and the waist line. If you can’t do that, then the jeans are too tight, and if you can fit more fingers, then the jeans are too large.

Buying pants is a bit easier. The pants need to pass the two finger test, and at the same time, when you squat, you don’t want them to feel too tight. The length should be always checked without any shoes. You want the pants to end right at the base of your feet. This way, when you’re going to wear your shoes, they’ll crease in all the right places and won’t touch the ground.

Buying shirts is relatively easy. You want the seam to be just right, just like when you buy designer t shirts, but, at the same time, you want the length of the sleeve to end where your thumb begins. The shirt needs to be a bit tight around the chest, and to follow your body’s line, either being a bit v-shaped or straight. If you tuck them in, the length is irrelevant, but if you wear them outside, then use the same guidelines as when you buy tees.

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