Choose the ideal waistcoat based on the shapes of your body: Here are “tailor-made” tips
October 7, 2018
Winter has only begun, but maybe you’ve been waiting for the sales to buy a new men waistcoat. To give you a hand to choose, here is a series of tips to choose the right waistcoat based on the shape of your body. Find out everything you need to know to suit the waistcoat and make a good impression!
What is the ideal waistcoat for you?
A basic rule should be to choose a simple waistcoat pattern, which goes straight to the body without too many frills. Those with a thin waist could take advantage of it and buy a waistcoat that was marked at the waist. In general the waistcoats with the longitudinal seams have a slimming effect, so they are recommended especially for those who want to minimize the shapes. The length of the waistcoat is crucial: the most recommended are those that go down to mid-leg, or just higher.
Even if they are all the rage now, if you are curvy, it is better to avoid fur, real or fake than they are, because they dilate the figure too much. Also double-breasted waistcoats they are to be avoided, especially if you are prosperous and so oversize jackets.
How to choose the waistcoat based on the shapes of your body
Let’s get to the specifics, and see the most indicated waistcoats according to the shape of the body.
For wide hips: if you have wide hips, choose a flared down trapeze waistcoat. If you want to choose a waistcoat marked at the waist, however, must have the lower part flared and do not adhere to the hips and legs, otherwise the effect would be excessive. A corolla waistcoat is better than a sheath dress!
Avoid waistcoats with pockets on the sides and those too tight or too padded. In general, you should avoid the “padded” effect, so choose waistcoats with softer and more fluid materials, which fall slightly on the hips.
For wide shoulders: if you have broad shoulders and narrow hips, the ideal waistcoat for you must be simple first. To minimize the broad shoulders and enhance the hips more, the ideal model of outerwear is an egg. A line of great fashion in the ’60s that uniforms the silhouette creating curves where there are not.
To avoid especially the shoulder straps. Better waistcoats or jackets with sloping shoulders. Another model to avoid is the double-breasted, which expands the bust and shoulders and tightens on the hips. As for the broad shoulders you have to try to do the opposite!