You may be surprised to hear this, but fit is even more important than what you choose to wear, because if whatever you wear fits well or properly and is true to your individual size, then it’s going to be hard for you to look bad.
But what is “Fit”? Just because you can button up or zip into something does not mean that it fits. In the fashion industry, there are no laws or regulations regarding sizing. So a size 8 in one brand may be a size 12 in another. The sizing differs greatly between brands and manufacturers. This is also part of the reason why you may have already found that Chinese-based online clothing stores run extremely small, with their labels of “large” often being our average equivalent of an “extra small.”
Remember, there is a big difference between something tailored to fit your body, and something plastered on. Some people wear their clothes so tight that it looks like the wearer had to use grease in order to slide into them.
How to Achieve a True Fit:
Knowing your body, especially your body shape, height and proportions, is all very key in this.