There appears to be a widespread belief that when we buy pants, trousers, or jeans off the rack, they will fit us perfectly. If not, we may fasten them with a belt, and everything will be OK.
Any woman will tell you that we are not all the same form and carry weight differently. Some of us have flat bellies but bulging thighs. Some of us have flat stomachs and slimmer thighs. We are all distinct in terms of bust size and height.
Check out these three things to consider while purchasing pants.
Design of Pants
Pants were originally designed for males. Unfortunately, fitting a guy is easier than fitting a woman because men have less waist/hip/thigh difference than women.
Brands Are Important
If you’ve spent much time shopping for pants, you’ve probably noticed that some manufacturers provide trousers that fit well around wider hips but are a little snug in the thighs, and others cater to larger thighs and smaller waists.
Consider a brand’s clothing shape, the measurements of each size, and the level of ease in their clothes to be intellectual property; it’s the secret recipe that distinguishes each brand and keeps people returning.
A tailor modifies clothing by stitching, strengthening, and finishing it. While they often alter commercial clothing to match your body type, they can also use patterns and designs to create new, personalized pieces.
They can modify the fit of the waist of your jeans to ensure it fits you better and feels snug around the hips by taking your pants to the tailor.
Tailors generally take garments in to fit them to your specific body form, although you can widen the waist, expand the thigh area, or lengthen the pants hem.