Lounge Shopper

Tips For a Great Fit When You Shop Online

Buying online is quick, easy and in most cases can save you a bit of cash too. But with it comes the risk that your clothes won’t fit. After all, not everything that fits the model will fit you and when you’re trying to prepare for a special occasion the last thing you want is to deal with returns and reordering. If you struggle to find clothes that fit you, being of a larger size, there are specialist retailers for large men’s clothing. With a few tips, you can ensure you’re doing everything you can to make sure your clothes fit when they arrive.

Get someone to take your measurements – If you’re not sure how to take your measurements correctly, it might be worthwhile asking someone to take them for you from time to time. This will be particularly helpful if you’re buying a suit where you’ll need specific measurements to get the perfect fit.

Take Note – If you’ve purchased from some retailers before, you should have a good idea of whether they tend to be accurate, too big or too small.

Always check sizing charts – As most people know, buying from different retailers means different sizes even if you order the same size from each. Check each sizing chart individually before you order to make sure you’re ordering the right size for you.

Check the model height and size – Some helpful retailers will give you the models height and the size of clothing they are wearing. This will give you a better idea of what size would be most suitable for you.

Better to go bigger than take a risk - If you’re really not too sure which size is for you, it’s always better to go bigger than buy something that’s too small. Some garments are likely to shrink over time and there’s nothing worse than spending money on something that just won’t last! Going a size bigger is a great solution also giving you that extra room after a big meal to feel relaxed.


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