Fitting Your Designer Wear
Posted: Jun 03, 2015
Fashion is something people follow religiously nowadays. And why shouldn’t they. Staying up to date and wearing Designer Wear not only creates a good impression on other, but also provides you with a good self-confidence. Although women have a wide variety of brands and styles of Designer Wear available for them, Men have a limited stock when it comes to fashion. If you have decided to buy an expensive Men’s Designer Wear Outfit whether for yourself or as a gift there are a few fitting pointers you need to register in your mind.
You can buy any type of branded Designer Wear, but the perfect fitting for you has to be taken care of yourself. For example, if you are purchasing a HP Men’s Designer Wear Three piece suit, you have to carefully judge the fittings of the Outfit and request altering of the outfit. Some tips to judge the Clothes fitting are-
- Neck/Collar: Measure the neck and collar of the shirt or blazer by standing straight, and measuring the part around the neck. Most tailors or Designer Wear Stores measure the neck area with a tape to judge the measurements that need to be rectified.
- Chest: The chest is measured in a straight line at the widest and fullest areas with a measurement tape, also the arms are measured and adjustments are needed accordingly.
- Waist: Do not go for ultra tight pants as they make you look fat, also if fitting is to be done in the waist area, especially in a three piece suit, make sure that you do not let the trouser hang too much.
These three sections are the main portions comprising fitting of Outfit. Other minor adjustments such as cuffs and seams should also be looked after for a proper fitting of the Outfit. After completing all necessary adjustments, you can now showoff your new Designer Wear with pride and feel great wearing it. For more details, please feel free to visit: http://www.horaceperkins.com/
HP Collection Designer Wear is one of the famous manufacturers and suppliers of Readymade Garments and HP Designer Tennis Shoes based in the US