How to Wear Clothes That Fit Your Body


If you’re in the market for a new pair of jeans or your favorite tee, you can’t just pick up any random pair. You need to make sure it fits right because—guess what?—not all clothes fit everyone perfectly! If you’ve ever spent hours trying on an ill-fitting pair of jeans and then walked away feeling like your butt is hanging out instead of tucked in (or vice versa), this might have happened to me too. The good news is that it’s also simple to fix: just follow these steps for finding clothes that fit your body type (and make wearing them feel amazing!).

Be realistic.

You should never try to squeeze into clothes that are too small, or you’re going to end up looking ridiculous. The same goes for trying to fit yourself into clothes that are too big.

If you want to be able to wear your favorite dresses and skirts, make sure they fit correctly. If there’s a pattern on the fabric of one of the items in question (like stripes), keep this in mind when deciding how much weight it should take before buying it since some patterns will stretch out faster than others (and this includes most denim).

Know your body.

If you’re like most people, the first step in learning how to wear clothes that fit your body involves knowing yourself. You should know what kind of body shape you have and what size it is–that way, when shopping for clothes, you’ll be able to pick out items that will look good on top of those already in your closet.

You should also know what types of clothing feel good on your body type: whether it’s tight-fitting or loose; short or long; high-waisted pants or low-rise jeans; etc. This will help ensure that no matter which style of clothing works best for you (and where), they’ll always look as good as they did before!


Consider your body type.

You’re going to need to know your body type. If you don’t, it can be hard to dress for the way you look when shopping or trying things on.

To start off with, there are two main types of bodies:  pear-shaped and hourglass-shaped. Pear shapes tend to have wider hips and a smaller waist, while hourglass shapes have wide hips and large busts (or vice versa). Knowing which one you fall into will help guide what clothes suit your figure best–and whether they will make you feel confident or self-conscious in front of others!

Think about what makes you comfortable and look for clothes that will make you feel good!

When you buy clothes, think about what makes you feel good. If it’s hot and humid outside, then wearing a shirt made of thin fabric will make you more uncomfortable than normal. If it’s cold outside and windy, wearing thick jackets may be wise (I have found that light clothing is more likely to catch on branches or twigs).

When shopping for new clothes, ask yourself these questions:

Do I like how this looks? Is it flattering or unflattering on my body?


Does this fit well–at least in the shoulders area–and am I comfortable in it?

Shop around.

1. Shop around.

2. Check out multiple stores, and look for those with a good return policy. If you’re not sure which store will be the best fit for your body type, try on as many different styles as possible! You can even ask friends and family members for their advice about what looks best on you–they might just be able to give some perspective from their own experiences shopping in stores together over time.

3. Look for coupons online before making any purchases at brick-and-mortar locations; this will help keep costs down while still allowing you to feel confident about your purchase decisions!

You’ll be more confident and look better in your clothes if you have a good fit!

If you want to look good and feel comfortable and confident in your clothes, then it’s time to stop wearing clothes that don’t fit.


1. A good fit will make you feel better about yourself. You’ll be more confident about how you look in everything from shirts and blouses to jeans and skirts. This confidence will spill over into other areas of life too – such as dating or job interviews!

2. The right size of clothing makes people feel good about themselves because it fits properly; they don’t need a lot of alterations made on their bodies before they can wear them comfortably (or at all). They also look better because they fit properly instead of looking ill-fitting just because there are no sleeves left over after sewing them cut off so nothing hangs off there anymore except maybe an extra inch here or there… but still nothing like what happens when someone buys something without knowing how big exactly what they ordered was supposed to be compared against another garment they already own which may have been different sizes altogether due entirely simply because no one bothered checking before sending out orders since nobody would ever think anyone would try doing this sort thing anyway unless perhaps if… well… maybe someone else thought about trying it once upon.


It’s time to take back the power. If you have a good fit, you’ll be more confident and look better in your clothes!

By Hafsa

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