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Guide to Tailoring Styles and How to Dress for Your Body Type

DJCon93

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Hi Everyone - I'm looking for some guidance on how the differing tailoring houses look on various body shapes. I'm sure there is already a feed on this - maybe even a completed matrix - but I've struggled to find anything that gives me the details. For personal context, I have more of an athletic build, though shorter, so my impression is that unstructured Italian houses would best suit my frame.

If anyone has a forum, article, or advice that they could give me, I'd love to dive into this topic! Thanks in advance!
 

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What do you mean when you say “tailoring houses”? Perhaps understanding the vocabulary would be helpful. Are you talking about Bespoke tailors?
 

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