A lot has been said about dressing according to your body shape. We know skinny and fat, but what about carved or created body shapes? What does that mean?
These are people who have work themselves out in the gym to appear huge and strong. If you still don't get this, think about Rock, the actor, and Vin Diesel in the Fast and Furious season. A typical heavy lifter had a broad shoulder and tiny lower body, making it an imbalanced structure. As such, it is best to go for outfits that can make these even on your body.
If you are a heavy lifter, check out the following styles you can try.
Wear a V-neck vest
Any V-neck shirt can narrow down your back and direct the attention to your hips works for your body type. Also, you can try outfits with details and designs around the stomach and the hips. Preferably, use belts for your casual wear.
Wear bold bottom
Still ok directing attention - Any trousers will seem ordinary to you, but not joggers or cargo pants with lots of pockets. Another trick here is to ensure the trousers are not too tight so that the toe shape.
Try graphic shirts
A graphic shirt is tricky to get people to focus on other things aside from your upper chest. Ensure the shirt has a big logo, prints, or big cartoon images. A vintage shirt, for example, is a good graphic shirt for your body type.
Avoid skinny jeans
Squeezing your bottom into your pants is a way to reveal your upper body, making your outfit more uneven and wider. A relaxed and loose-fitting pair of jeans or chino are better alternatives.
Try more tailored outfits
You will accept that brands can't cater for your needs when it comes to clothing. One way to get your exact cloth type is to get an experienced tailor. You can make many many alterations and suggest how you want your clothes to appear.
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