Mark Your Muscles - How To Dress To Look Stronger

Adam Levine

It is a real chore to leave the skin in the gym so that later the clothes do not do justice to our muscles. When you look in the mirror without a shirt, you look stronger than before, but when you dress, it is as if everything disappears under the fabric. Well, in this note we offer you some excellent Costume tricks to get the most out of your muscles, whether they are large or small.

When the sleeve seams are below the shoulders it can appear that we are not big enough to fill the shirt or t-shirt. To avoid this effect, it is necessary to make sure the seams are just at shoulder height or even a little above. Of course, without going overboard, because then we will run the risk of looking like we have the wrong size. Rolling up the sleeves, something that is also a trend, also helps to project a more defined arm.

Stretch T-shirt by H&M

The best material to strengthen muscles is stretch cotton, as is the case with the H&M shirt that you can see above these lines. Although that is not enough, you have to try to make the type of cut fit the shoulders and arms as much as possible without tightening them directly. The trunk area, meanwhile, should be looser, since things that are tight on the belly make us appear smaller and slimmer.

T-shirts that are lighter on the top than on the bottom take more advantage of the arm muscles than those in solid colors, but the power of horizontal stripes should not be underestimated, which make us appear much wider than we really are. . However, it is not necessary that they are always stripes, but we can also search patterns that go horizontally instead of top to bottom.


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