The No Break Suit Trouser
Can many people achieve this realistically?
Yes, I know you can get the trousers altered and pinned beforehand to see how they will look, but when mine come back, they sometimes don't seem quite right - although they are short enough, they seem too wide.
Am I right in thinking if getting the trousers hemmed to achieve a no break, they also need to be narrowed/tapered so that they don't flap?
For example, although in the 2 pictures below, the guys have achieved a no break, they seem in my opinion, that bit too short/too wide. Do you agree If they were slightly longer and narrower, they would look better - but would there still be a no break?
And in the following, the person nearest the camera has a no break but seem far too short, whilst the 2 guys behind in dark trousers still have a no break look but the silhouette looks better - presumably they would be hemmed slightly longer/narrower?
This may seem very picky and a fine detail, but it seems in my mind that when dealing with no break, there is a fine line between looking exceptional, and looking like they are too short, and likewise with slimness, there is the line between looking like they are made to measure, and too skinny.