How to Draw Fall Fashions
4 of 5
Draw the layered look for men — a down vest over a cotton button-down shirt.
Sketch a male upper torso with one bent arm. Draw the outline of the vest. For the collar of the vest, draw a pair of curved lines that wrap around the neck; one goes right under the chin, and the other one sits at the base of the neck.
Draw lines for the shoulder seams following the shoulders, curved lines for the armholes, and side seams that follow the body down to right above the crotch. Add a center front line going from the collar to the bottom of the vest. End the bottom of the vest with a pair of lines parallel to one another with vertical lines between them to show ribbing.
For the cotton shirt underneath, draw loose lines on both sides of each arm and two curved lines just above each wrist for the turned-up cuffs. Add topstitching lines down both sides of the vest’s center front line to show the zipper seams.
To finish the vest, add horizontal topstitching lines across the body. To show the vest’s puffiness, add short and long curved lines that extend from the horizontal lines of topstitching.