A perpetual discussion in male fashion’s face silhouette and fit.Whether you like a short, slim and modern or a little more classic width and length, there are a number of things that come into play. We have selected five aspects all come into play when one must find the right.
Length-the length of the trousers vary constantly with courage, and even that is seen as the most classic or timeless is affected to some extent by the prevailing fashion. Current fashion has in several seasons marked by a shorter silhouette that ends just above the shoe. There are generally three types of trouser lengths you’re talking about. No Break: fall freely without tipping on the shoe, the Half Break: fall break on shoe, Full Break: falls by more than a break on shoe. We recommend a length that best suit your taste as a carrier but prefer the No Break for a tailored look and clean case.A shorter legs can often give the impression of a longer carrier.
Foot width-It is easy to focus on the length of the face but the fact is that the breadth (especially at the foot) play at least as big a role. A guiding principle is to always let the scale adapted to the length of the pant. A shorter trousers ending above the shoe usually do best in a narrower foot width not to flutter too much. For a more classic length that completely covers the socks or break easily on the shoe is required automatically a little wider foot width. Last but not least, it is obviously important to combine these measures by how it looks in body and shoes. If you have large or particularly long shoes may 20 cm look like 18 cm so it is important not to focus on the exact measurements but adapt to your own body.
Press pleat-Whether you like a narrow foot width is often a key to the crease a slim silhouette. Paradoxically, often gives a wider pant in thighs party a slimmer silhouette with a crease. Even if you like a slim fit, never sit so that the creases are pressed into the thigh or whatever. One tip is to invest in pants with a pleating which provides just the increased width in the thigh area. This can still be combined with a narrower foot width.
Materials-Face materials plays a major role in the case and the character.A pant in cotton gets a completely different character than the equivalent model of thin wool, which means that you may not always apply the same exact measurements for pants in different materials. A trouser with a hint of cashmere or coarser wool has such as harder to keep creases than its equivalent in s130.
Waist height-Although the fashion picture previously focused on a relative low waist of the pants, we strongly recommend that you dare wear them slightly higher. A low waist combined with short legs have a tendency to give the impression of disproportionately short legs in relation to the torso. A waist around the navel is still for many well high but instead of letting his pants rest on the hips is often a waist a few cm under your navel to recommend.
A brief interpretation of the pants from the Topb2bwebsites as exemplary also has a narrower foot width and a striking blow at the hem.
According to us the most versatile and perfect byxsilhuetten. Pants that reach the edge of a clean case with slightly higher waist and slim fit. Here from Incotex at Mr Porter.
Small plisseringar gives more volume in the thigh on trousers. Here in the form of a pair of medium gray flannel pants by Incotex to the eminent shop Frans Boone.
Luciano Barbera; one of the most prominent figures of classical Italian fashion must have said when asked if the legs; “I don’t want to see your socks but preferably your entire shoe”.
Luca Rubinacci is another classic Pitti Uomo-icon and heir to the venerable tailoring standards Rubinacci. Luca shows examples of several times on pant leg without losing the custom feeling.
A more extreme interpretation from the man who may be attributed as the founder of the short kostymbyxan; Thom Browne.