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    Classic fitted, slim fitted and fitted

    Dear teachers, I would like to know what the meanings of "classic fit, slim fitted and fitted" in the description of clothes are. Thank you.

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    Exclamation Re: Classic fitted, slim fitted and fitted

    Quote Originally Posted by Deepurple View Post
    Dear teachers, I would like to know what the meanings of "classic fit, slim fitted and fitted" in the description of clothes are. Thank you.
    Cloths associated with ‘fit’ usually refers to style and design.
    A classic fit refers to traditional, enduring or lasting style which is simple, harmonious and elegant; such as: Classic fit pants, classic fit jeans for men. A Classic fit related to women means: a feminine cut that is contoured to flatter women’s curves, with capped sleeves and a shorter hem that should fall just below hip level
    Slim-fit is slightly different from traditional. Slim fit pants or skinny jeans have a tapering in the middle and a snug fit through the legs ending in a small leg opening that can be anywhere from 9" to 20" leg opening depending on size. This type of style is also termed as drainpipes, stovepipes, cigarette pants, pencil pants, skinny pants or skinners.
    Simple fit or fitted applies to a well fit dress or a well fitted clothing or a perfect fitted pant. etc

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