Each person has his own shape with its own characteristics. And today we will talk about how to choose trousers for each shape.
- Newsflash: well-fitting trousers can hold their own – you shouldn’t have to conceal any element under knitwear, so wear a bodysuit or tight-fitting T-shirt when shopping.
- Test them. Walk around, stick your hands in the pockets, and scrunch up the fabric to check crease resistance.
- As for the size, don’t fixate; sizes will vary from brand to brand, so try multiple pairs of the same style.
- Take the shoes you intend to wear with the trousers when trying on.
- Don’t be afraid of such minor adjustments as these: concentrate on getting the fit of the waist, hips and thighs right first; hemline alterations are a quick and inexpensive tweak.
- Pay attention to the details: a crease down the front of the leg, whether pressed or stitched, should always be a straight line; if the crease bends, the fit is too small.
- Remember that fabric will always impact shelf life. Buy the best you can afford.