Even an expensive sweater is not a guarantee of even quality, but rather of an expensive look. It can be made of synthetic fabrics, it can just be ugly due to unnecessary details, and it can be anything. A price tag of 400-500 euros (and this is the initial price for branded sweaters) is just a price tag. And you will shave the spools (or you won’t be lucky) even with very good wool. It is almost impossible to guess in advance.
Yes, the custom made sweatshirts should be made of wool. As soon as acryl appears in the composition (more than 20%, but 20% is also not too desirable) - that's it, the sweater will shine cheaply and give out its proletarian origin (although the origin may be blue blood).
Here is a very revealing example. Alexander McQueen. See this little shiny glitter? Run from her. It is immediately evident that in the composition of 40-50% acrylic. Or rather. I am not an opponent of acrylic per se. It just makes the appearance of things cheap. Therefore, I am opposed (and not because it is not wool from cute lambs grazing in the meadows).
The custom made sweatshirts should be simple in all senses. Ruffles, intricate colors, insertion details like a piece of fabric depicting a shirt sticking out from below - all this is not good. The complex details and accessories of the custom made sweatshirts look good for the first time on a sketch by the designer. The second and last - at the show. If you're lucky, there will also be a third: in the street style chronicle. I can’t imagine a piece of fabric (“false layering”) in my life by random clothing manufacturers when every day you are seen by a rather limited circle of the same people. Every time do you allegedly put on the same shirt under a sweater? Or will you tear off an old scrap of fabric and sew a new one? This makes no sense. Custom made sweatshirts with bare shoulders - it's beautiful if it's a spherical sweater in a vacuum. There is no weather in life in which it would be comfortable to walk in a woolen sweater, naked to the chest.
An ideal sweater collar is a low and wide rack, a V-shaped or round neck. A turtleneck sweater is only suitable for owners of a small chest and a long neck (that is, a section of a bare neck is assumed above the turtleneck, and not just the chin). A large turn-down collar looks good (sometimes) in photographs. In life, it usually wrinkles slides sideways, stretches out. And you will push it under the outer clothing, folding an ugly sausage on his chest. And try to cover your bare neck with a scarf, or, God forbid, a turtleneck. And the scarves wound around a turtleneck which looks really, really awful.
A tight sweater will add even more pounds. Even if you don’t look like a diet victim, try a custom made sweatshirt as large as possible. (Skinny oversized sweaters showed by various rappers sometimes in their concerts). And a tight-fitting sweater dress looks very cheap. A custom made sweatshirt is such a thing that there should not be a waste.
If you, looking in the mirror, felt that you looked like a square, then this is because the sweater is too short. The length of the sweater should at least reach the groin. If, when you sit down, the sweater rises to the waist - get rid of it. You cannot stand in it all the time.
For the most part, sweaters in bright colors look worse than muffled and natural ones. Black, gray, navy - good. Bright blue, green, red, fuchsia - almost always bad. I cannot say that there are no cool expensive bright sweaters. Of course, they exist. But often it turns out that poor quality and vibrant colors work in tandem.
Worst of all - a bright, short, tight-fitting thick-knit sweater made of acrylic (and underneath are jeans with a belt that create a terrible fat roller at the border with the sweater). It's just the middle of the post, and I'm tired of writing these rules, and you, I think, read it. But we still have to make a purchase decision and sort through tons of indecent junk. But there is good news: often the “wrongness” of a sweater is not in any one detail. If it is short, then it is also with a collar-collar and, in addition, made of acrylic. If bright - then it can be thick knitted, and tight. This is not an iron pattern, but quite working. Doubt in knitting or in color - see if there are any other contraindications. Found at least one thing - that's it, this thing can be left on the shelf.
Thin sweaters do not need to be worn over the shirt - it goes under them with noticeable ugly folds. Such a custom made sweatshirt is quite acceptable to wear on a naked body (on a smooth bra or shirt). And do not overdo it with subtlety.
A sweater should not look like you bought it from private craftswomen (they often sell their products in the resorts of the Krasnodar Territory). I do not know how to describe it, but everything is bad in it. Even the knitting itself is some kind of especially cheap.
One of the most popular winter combinations in the US is a sweater with trousers. God knows why. It is extremely difficult to “stretch” it. The other day I visited the children's library (do not ask) and the advertising agency. There I met four women dressed in sweaters with trousers. What pleases, one of them looked flawless. The other three are very bad. To stretch this image, you need perfectly fitting trousers (are you sure of yours? They are not shapeless? Not tight? Not polyester?) And a very proper sweater. The rest is doomed to failure. And yes, there should be no boots under the trousers.
A cotton sweater is easier to pick than a wool sweater. At least, the price of an error is lower (it is cheaper). All the same, requirements apply to him as to a woolen sweater: simplicity of cut, lack of synthetics, regular collar, medium-sized knitting, calm color, sufficient length.