The best fit for a shrunken blazer
- Make sure the shoulder seam sits right at the end of your shoulder blade—if it hangs off your shoulder even a bit, the whole proportion looks wrong.
- The hem should either hit at your hip bone or right below it. And it shouldn't end more than half an inch above the waistband of your pants or skirt.
- For the waist, you want seams that follow your natural curve: Don't go tight or the look gets too '50s retro.
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