Don’t stand and think in the wardrobe, here you get help matching clothes nicely!
Do you feel a little lost when it comes to putting together an outfit that works? Don’t worry, here we give you some basic tips and precautions you can use. 3 Classic ways to match clothes so it looks really nice.
1: Color matching
Part of getting the clothing match is to color match the clothes correctly. The one thing to keep in mind is that the tones should go together, even if there are different colors you match together. You can pretty much mix whatever colors you want, but the tones need to harmonize with each other.
2: Size matching
-Find the right fit.
An important part of getting a good outfit together is that it is the right size for the garments. Don’t really know if you should have regular or slim fit on the shirt and straight or slim jeans? The clerk in the clothing store can help you! It is important to be able to move freely without any restrictions due to the fact that it is too slimy garments. At the same time, you do not want so puffy garments that you look like a tent.
Even if you want a regular fit in jeans, the jeans for that matter need not be too big. It is important that they sit well at the waist. You should not have to use the last holes on your belt.
Also, your pants should not be too short or so long that you step on them. Do you want to be trendy and wear shorter pants? Buy a pair that is noticeably short or run on a stocking. It must be clear that you do not lack a sense of style.
Most important when it comes to the shirt is that it sits well around the shoulder area.
The shoulder seam on the shirt must not crawl too far from the shoulder down to the upper arm. It should be just above the armpit.
Mix in stock
Mixing tighter garments in stock with softer garments is always a hit. Slim jeans with a tight t-shirt or puffy pants with oversize sweater can be a little too much either.
It is always nice to wear tighter garments along with slightly less tight garments. A tight polo shirt for a straight jacket or a slim fit shirt for a softer cardigan, for example.
If you use an over and under garment, it is best to keep the undergarments (like the polo and slim fit shirt in the examples above) tight. A shirt under a tight sweater can be a little too much. There will be too much fabric that just folds and takes up unnecessary space.
Most importantly, the entire silhouette becomes interesting but at the same time harmonious.
3: Material matching
In addition to getting the colors and sizes of an outfit, the materials are also important. The easiest way to go is to separate thin and coarse garments with each other.
A glossy suit with a thin woven shirt is easier to get together with lacquer shoes than, for example, jeans are. Jeans and rough knit polo are also easier to wear with the desert boot than a suit.
Examples of coarser materials are flannel, tweed, oxford, and denim. Cotton, silk, and other thinner materials with slightly glossier textures are typical thin materials.
Thin knit shirt for costume trousers with press folds are typically thin material, they fit well together because they both fit for more formal occasions. Military green shirt with more details such as chest pockets and push buttons feels more everyday, so it fits well with jeans.
Dare to mix
Nothing is ever black or white. You can of course mix materials with each other without any problems. One tip to keep in mind is to keep the size and color matching neutral. If you want to stand out with the colors, you can think the same way; don’t work so much with layers in layers and use garments in similar materials. If you want to work with many different types of sizes of garments, you can stick to similar materials and solid colors.
All three matches are interdependent and all equally important. As long as you have all three in mind when choosing your clothes and choosing one to float out in (if you know it now), you will get together a working outfit in no time!
The easiest way is to keep the outfit solid or colorless. Then you can easily mix different materials, styles, and types of garments with each other.