6 how should an outer coat fit on me?

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A coat is of­ten seen more as a func­tional gar­ment rather than a styling piece; still, a prop­erly-fit­ted coat can be the high­light of a sharp fall/win­ter look. the first rule of thumb for fit­ting a coat is that it should end around mid-thigh (as op­posed to up to the waist for jack­ets and be­low the knee for a long coat). the sleeves should go about five cen­time­ters be­low your wrist so that the sleeves of what­ever you’re wear­ing un­der­neath aren’t vis­i­ble. Speak­ing of which, do take into ac­count what you will be wear­ing un­der­neath a coat and pick a size that will ac­com­mo­date this. that be­ing said, a coat should not be roomy while still al­low­ing enough free­dom of move­ment. Fi­nally, make sure that the shoul­der seams line up with your shoul­ders and you’re good to go.

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