Have you gone shopping for clothes and because of the nature of Nigerian shops you bought the wrong size?
That’s annoying, right? And such waste of good money which could have bought you a decent meal at your favorite restaurant.
Worse off, those colored lights that disguise the real thing. Once beaten, twice shy. I’ve learned to always use natural light to scan whatever I’m buying from a local Nigerian shop, else Oyo be your case!
Sometimes the light’s good, you have a changing room to try them on yet you still don’t look at good as those models up the runway. The secret lies in knowing the right sizes and how your clothes should fit.
Here are a few guides to keep you on track when next you go shopping.
1. How to pick the right jacket size
2. How to pick the right length of male suit
3. How to pick the right shirt size
4. How to pick the right denim size for ladies
5. How to buy the right belt
Pick your belts two or three sizes larger than your pants to get a good fit. If you wear a 34″ trouser waist, a belt labeled 36″-38″ will probably be in the right neighborhood.