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Find Right Jacket For Your Body Shape

Women’s body shapes are frequently spoken about, but very little attention is paid to men’s with more and more men becoming interested in fashions and caring about their appearance, Bobby’s Fashions has created this graphic to help choosing the right jacket or coat to set off their physiques.

Short Guys

  • Avoid anything horizontal. go for vertical
  • If your torso is short, don’t be afraid to buy short length suits.
  • A smaller pant break can help make your look a bit taller.
  • Peak lapels can make your shoulders appear broader
  • For the sleeves, a little bit extra shirt cuff peeking out can make your arms appear longer

Short Guys

Tall Guys

  • Stick to two buttons a three button suit is overkill.
  • Keep the cuff showing of your shirt to a minimum.
  • A lower button stance can help make your torso appear shorter.
  • Go for decent amount of break in the pant leg.
  • Always wear a belt.
  • Make sure your pants and sleeves are long enough – any shortness will accentuate your appendages.

Tall Guys

Bigger Guys


  • Slim ties will disappear on you – stick to 3 inch and wider
  • Lighter weight fabrics can make you appear less bulky
  • Fit is key – any extra fabric will just make you appear larger
  • Vest or vertical stripes can help you appear taller.
  • Skip the belt – go for suspenders instead.
  • Never go untucked

Bigger Guys

Athletic Guys

  • Buy suit separates so you can accommodate your larger chest or thighs.
  • Pay special attentions to how your suit fit on the sides waists as it well need to taper down to your waist.
  • Tailoring is key – as most suits won’t fit off the rack and need to be adjusted.
  • Don’t wear peak lapels

Athletic Guys

Men’s Fashion Guide and Ideas

Latest Men’s Fashion Guide and Ideas

When you meet people, you judge them by their dressing so a smart dressing is a smart way of introduction.

If you are not clear in your mind what to look for while buying clothes such as shirts, pants or other types of apparel like a Suit, Blazer or something else, here are some guides about what to pay special attention to when shopping and trying on your clothes.

Guide for Shirts

Collar – It should not narrow your neck and if you turn your head, your collar should not turn with it.
Shoulder -The layer should be at your shoulder bone.
Cuff -They should end where your palm begins. They should be looser on the wrist than a watch
Length – you should be able to move naturally without the shirt untucking

guide for shirt

Guide for Blazers and suit jackets

Collar – The jacket collar should allow 2 cm of your shirt collar to show.
Buttons – The jacket should not pull across the chest when buttoned
Length – The second button from the button should rest above your belly button
Sleeves – when your arms are at your sides, the sleeves should cover your wrist but go no father

guide for blazer

Guide for Coats

Size – it should be too roomy and fit close to your body.
Shoulder – The seam should be at the edge of your shoulder.
Bottoms – Watch out for the bottom flaring out, as this means the coat doesn’t fit right.

guide for coat

Guide for Pants

Chinos – They should be close to the leg but not enough to case resistance.
Dress Trousers – They should drape a little more than chinos and avoid pleats
Jeans – The number of breaks varies according to preference and the style of jeans.

guide for pant

Guide for Ties

Length – The button of the tie should reach the middle of your belt
Knot – It should not make tighter the collar but just sit under it.

guide for tie

Guide for Shoes

Heel – You should not be able to fit a finger behind your heel.
Sides – Little to no pressure should be put on the sides of your feet.
Toes – The front of the shoe should not press on your toes.

guide for shoe