The trick is to feel comfortable, says Reid: "Sometimes you may want a shirt to be trim and other times you may want loose. Fabric that drapes might be better in fuller cuts. Fabrics with more structure might be best more fitted. You want to avoid sloppy bottoms on pant openings by making sure the width and length of the bottom looks right on your body. Trimmer pants are usually flattering on most body types. That's simple, right?"
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