Dressing well when you have the build of a rugby player can be problematic. Even though most men want to be muscular and fit like a Greek god, finding the right clothes to be fashionable for tall men can be difficult. Here are some fashion tips to help you choose clothes, especially if you have a large torso and a slim waist.
Which tops to choose
When you have a V-shape, i.e. you have broad shoulders and a slimmer waist, you should choose clothes that emphasize the bust. The best is to choose t-shirts and slim-fitted shirts, with a fitted jacket. This type of outfit will put your shoulders and torso forward, without overdoing it. You can also wear polo shirts. Suits are particularly recommended. Long-sleeved tops with long sleeves that tighten at the arms are also very prominent and will harmonise your silhouette. Luckily, there is no shortage of models in men’s plus size fashion for you to choose from. Prefer plain colours and avoid horizontal stripes that will accentuate the width of your shoulders.
For those with muscular and curved thighs, to be in fashionable men’s large size, it is advisable to favour straight cut trousers. If you want to accentuate the “strong” side of your top, you can opt for slim cuts. Always opt for clothes that make you feel comfortable and match your personality. If you can’t walk in them, don’t wear them. For men who are too muscular, avoid skinny trousers that will make you look like a rooster on legs. For shorts, always go for straight cuts and those that stop above the knee to enhance your thighs and calves.
What devices should you wear when you’re strong?
There’s no point in giving up devices when you’re cut like a Greek god. When it comes to shoes, opt for classic pieces, preferably short ones. Avoid boats that are too long so that you don’t look like a clown. Trainers are perfect, but don’t wear them too often or you’ll become a permanent sportsman. You can easily wear a watch and glasses. For these devices, choose thin frames with thick lenses. Hats, on the other hand, are not recommended, except for a discreet cap from time to time.