With colours and styles aside, there are a few fashion basics that every man should know when it comes to purchasing a pair of wholesale trousers and it’s important that you understand them all in full before you pick up your first pair. The most important issue when purchasing any type of clothing is whether they will fit you.
Any pair of wholesale trousers, whether they are simple cargo pants or jeans need to fit comfortably on the wearer. Too clingy to the waist, and you will be left with itchy red marks and the inability to breathe. Too loose around the waist, and you will have to pulling them up every few steps. Finding the correct waist fit is simple, but it’s easy to mess up if you don’t pay attention.
Men’s sizing is dead simple. The size of the waistline of the pants corresponds with the size of the wearer’s waist in inches. For example, a 34-inch waisted man will require size 34 pants. The inches are used even if you’re not an American, in general. Simple, right?
The only problem with clothing sizes, especially in men’s is that each manufacturers sizing can differ, so a size 34 waist from 3 separate manufacturers could all feel completely different when wearing them, so it’s crucial that you understand exactly how big your waist is, and how clothes tend to fit on you. Luckily, if you happen to not be aware, all online retailers are now legally required to accept the returns your purchased wholesale trousers if they do not fit you, so it’s not a big deal if you don’t get it right the first time. When it comes to comfort, you can wait a couple of days.
The other measurement which you need to consider is the pants length. The consensus is the same as the waist sizing, but when it comes to the length of your trousers, you tend to have a little bit more flexibility, since the ends can easily be hemmed. Skinny wholesale trousers are generally very stretchy, so a slightly incorrect length is a lot easier to disguise, compared to a pair which is baggy.