Today I want to give you some tips to guide them in the choice of a sack or ideal blazer for each one. For this reason, I suggest reviewing the main issues to consider: buttons as I always mention, the ideal is to have a single row of buttons on the garment if the objective is to Stylize and elongate the figure. But not only the number of rows of buttons, but also the location of the same matter. In the case of a woman with pretty bust, ideally that buttons should begin from the waist area, to not draw attention or enlarge the bust area, but achieve the opposite effect and to accentuate the waist. The buttons may begin above the waist or more near the bust and this will be optimal for women who want to enlarge the area of the bust.
Flaps flaps must be in proportion with the texture of whom look the jacket or blazer. A sack of narrow, very finite lapels in a person of wide shoulders all you will achieve is to accentuate the width of the shoulders. The same disproportion is generated in a person’s narrow shoulders with a sack whose lapels are extremely wide. Color as a garment that is near the face, suggested that the tone of the SAC is within the personal color palette, by way of help to optimize the image giving more luminosity to the face and hiding imperfections. In general, it is recommended to invest in a good jacket or blazer in a neutral tone that will allow more combinations that buy too strident or vibrant colors, or same prints. Long overall, length over sentador in the majority of cases is that ends at the hip, without covering it completely. Women’s broad hips should opt for this long and not fully cover the hips or the queue since this will make your hips look wider. Nor is recommended sacks too short ending in the waist, leaving bare hips because with this type of garment, it will draw attention the width of your hips.
Details take into account details that may have the garment (pockets, rows of irregular or asymmetrical buttons, embroidery, applique, belts, etc) always draw attention. Why it is essential that, if you choose garments in some detail, this is in a part of the body you want to highlight. I hope that these tips are useful and invite them to propose new topics to treat.