New Look’s Autumn/Winter 2016 collection - tailoring guide
No matter what build you are, there is a suit style and fit for you. Modern tailoring offers up skinny, slim and regular finishes, you just need to figure out what one's made for you.
New Look's suit guide will show you how a suit should fit, what fitting is right for you and give you all the tips you need to style and modernise your tailoring.
Skinny suits are the most modern of fittings and perfect for anyone looking for a slimmer silhouette. Just make sure it's not too tight in the chest for your build.
Take your black skinny suit, ditch the tie and opt for a printed shirt. Keep the look relaxed and add a vest underneath. Finish off with classic Chelsea boots for a rock-ready look, ideal for a night on the town.
Slim suits are a great option for giving a more bespoke appearance in your tailoring. By being a little more fitted than a classic suit, slim suits can also offer a more streamlined finish.
Don't be afraid to keep your tie off but tuck in the shirt to keep it a little more formal. If you really want to modernise your look, unbutton the top two buttons on your shirt and throw on a pair of clean white trainers.
For a classic finish, stick to the regular fitting suit. The only thing to be careful of here is excess bagging where the trouser meets your shoes.
Keep it all traditional if you're heading to the office and match your suit with an appropriate tie, some classic formal shoes and a simple non-printed shirt.
The rules for tailoring in the 21st Century are becoming more and more relaxed. Get yourself a tailored bomber and match it with a smart roll neck and some cropped trousers.
This is perfect for smart events that aren't strict on their dress code and nails the modern aesthetic perfectly.
Photos and information: newlook.com
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