Choosing a suit properly

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Choosing a suit properly
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If you want to look stylish you should choose some steve harvey suits that perfectly fit your figure. If you are rather thin and at the same time high growth, semi-fitted suits will be certainly for you. If you are the owner of a full-bodied figure, you should buy a straight-cut suit. Moreover, it is better to choose a single-breasted or semi-fitted but not tight-fitted jacket.

It is equally important to determine the length of the jacket. To do this, stand upright and lower your hands. The jacket bottom should be on a par with your thumb. That is considered to be an ideal length of the jacket. For a tall man, it is preferable that the jacket be longer than the classic one (for a short man shorter). The length of the trousers is also determined depending on the height of the man. Trousers should be below the standard length for tall men and a little shorter for short people.

A costume can have a high price and quality, but if you make mistakes when buying it, its high cost will not save your appearance. Remember, a suit cannot be either loose or tight. Do not buy the first suit you like that fits you too tightly. Try to put on several models at once, and you will see that suits fit differently.

Surely you have heard more than once that the sleeves of the jacket must cover the sleeves of the shirt. The basic law tells that the jacket sleeve should open the shirt sleeve by 1.5 centimeters, and a palm must be visible. We assure you, this is not only so customary, but also looks much better than a shirt would not be visible from under the sleeve.

There should not be any grooves on the sleeve. The collar should fit to the neck without bends. Please note that when fastening buttons on the waist, X-folds do not form. If they are formed, your jacket is small. The back of a well-fitting jacket should be flat.

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