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And by chunky, we mean muscular, fit, perennially beach ready.
Got it? Too big? Go down one. People in the street generally feel intimidated by your gargantuan size so put away your fluoro, lightning bolt tee. While bright colours have their place on summer tanks, singlets and polos for when the beach calls, in winter stick to monochrome and sombre colours — navy, blue, brown, olive and camel — especially on outerwear. Because of your towering physique, chunks of colour tend to appear more offensive on the eye than when worn by Mr Slim.
With little-to-no body fat, we know the cold must chill you, so opt for layering.
Say no to cable knit sweaters and downed puffer coats, which will barrel-out your chest and make you look huge. Instead, layer with light things — long sleeve shirts, roll necks, cardigans and thin sweaters three or four if you need before selecting the thinnest of trenches or macs to pull the winter look together.
Opt for cashmere and mohair wool, avoiding thick tweeds. Biker jackets in leather or denim are also good for casual wear and summer time, avoiding the pumped-up look of knitted wools.
With fashion for muscular men, staying in tune with modern day denim, opt for a slim fit jean or more relaxed fit for those heavy-legged l. Final word on denim? A cardinal sin for fashion for muscular men, avoid skinny jeans; they will break your soul before even your legs get the chance to break them first. Tailor-It Your local tailor is as imperative to your health as your doctor.
Locate him and get him on speed dial. While bespoke suiting is the best option and not so expensive these days, buying a suit off the shelf is simple and can be easily custom-sized after purchase. Make sure the pants and jacket fit in the key areas, and then everything else after that can be fit to you properly. Plus, buying your suit as separates — that is, selecting the jacket and pant size individually — will offer your a more succinct fit before seeking the cut and sew.
Find Your Brand Match Take the time to understand your trusty go-to labels, for fashion for muscular men, those ones that fit your arms, chest and legs, and stick with them. At the end of the day, only you will notice that your wardrobe boasts seven same-branded chinos in seven colour-ways. Sometimes approaching hard-to-fit items, like pants, as a uniform takes the stress out of dressing and in the end makes you more confident and therefore, stylish.
Want more luxury? Work that into your timepiece and shoes. Keep patterns and prints obscure and let superbly cut suits and lush fabric be your style point of difference — not deep V-neck tees and zebra stripe pants. Key Fashion Items Jacket For accentuating the V-torso, the cropped at the waist the bomber or Harrington jacket offers the perfect silhouette. For show-offs, polyester-cotton blend in a snug fit will turn you into a stylish Varsity jock. Cashmere never polyester or wool are your winter friend and keep those pecks warm without the extra bulk.
The openness of cardigans make them a casual coat in some respects, so work that for all its worth. Check out some examples from our 5 ways to rock knitwear article. Suits Single-breasted is your premier choice. Double-breasted and its crossover of front fabric can sometimes add unwanted bulge and like your casual wear, avoid heavy patterns: window-pane checks and large pyjama stripes particularly on blazers and jackets. Instead, stick to textural flecks and mohair fabrics for a subtle sheen. But check the athletic suit from Paul Smith ; lightweight its wool rivals the practicalities of linenbut without the creases.
Pair it with a crisp white tee and matching sneakers for an urban look; while a cotton button-down and pair of leather monks sees you off to the office. Avoid skinny or baggy boot jeansas your squat legs deserve some exposure. Key chinos mainstream brands are J. Shirts Tees slim, always but not in the sense of work out skins — leave that in the gym. And the henley tee — the ones that offer mid-chest unbuttoning from the neck — will serve you well in freeing the chest area. Button-ups should be tapered below the lats to accommodate for the broad shoulder-to-hips ratio on of your V-shape.
Shoes Wing-tip dress shoes will give the allusion of wider foot and balance out the width with your thighs and shoulders than regular, pointed shoes. And go for a heel, which will elongate the muscles of your thick legs. Heavy-duty boots with industrial heels are great too — and best of, they are super on-trend.
Trainers are an obvious and superb choice for you, Mr Muscles — so go all out with neon, retro Nikes and crisp white plimsolls. Shoes are where you shine, so play around. If so, subscribe to our daily newsletter to receive our top tending stories. Get a different perspective on what to wear, what to buy and how to live better from experts whose opinions count.
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