The trends come and go, but the shape of our body remains, so it is extremely important to accept our figure and be aware of it when making clothing choices, adapting the style to our own body shapes.
The silhouette of an ordinary man is neither too high nor too short, not being too stout or too weak, with little developed muscles, and most of the clothes fit perfectly on this pattern.
If you fall into this category, then you are a lucky man, because you will look good in almost any outfit and you will have no problem finding any item of clothing you want even directly from store shelves. All you have to do is dress neatly, take into account the skin tone when combining various colors and types of fabrics and dress according to the occasion.
If you are not lucky enough to fall within the limits of a general body physiognomy, you must make sure that those you interact with are not distracted by certain physical features, and your clothing choices will highlight only those features that benefit you, camouflaging the most a little flattering for your appearance.
Clothing style tips for tall and thin man
The missing kilograms of thin men must be balanced by outfits that add weight to their figure, so that the chosen fabric is extremely important. If you belong to this category, choose horizontal stripes, plaids or various textures such as tweed or glen check, which give the impression of volume and in terms of colors, avoid black in the whole outfit and choose light colors such as beige, light pink, white, light blue or pastel green.
Avoid loose or larger clothes in any form that, instead of adding pounds, will draw attention to areas where their size does not fit your body, making you look even weaker than you are.
Choose jackets that are not wide under the arm or in the shoulder area, to sit as naturally as possible on the body, and subtle overlaps of material, such as a men’s jacket with two rows of buttons or a vest, can be an asset for your figure. The length of the jacket should cover the back, to interrupt the line of the legs, but without exceeding it too much, so as not to risk accentuating your height and slim figure. If you choose a jacket up to the waist, the effect will be, again, an unwanted one, because it will accentuate your thin waist.
A few details, such as a ticket pocket (a smaller pocket positioned above the right pocket of the jacket), a handkerchief or a bution bag, interrupt the vertical lines that make a tall man look abnormal.
Great attention also regarding the choice of men’s shirts, which must be arched at the waist, but in no case molded on the body. There is a difference between a slim fit men’s shirt that looks good and an ultra-slim shirt that can unpleasantly exaggerate a thin waist.
The same principle must be followed with regard to trousers, which must not be attached to the foot, but offer freedom of movement when walking or sitting. Trouser tweezers can be a very good idea, and, as a style, you can also opt for plaids, which will benefit you visually.