BODYBUILDING POSING SUITS – MALE:
MALE POSING ATTIRE:
Male bodybuilding competitors wear solid colored posing trunks, most commonly a dark color, for pre-judging and can wear props and a suit of their color choice for their routine.
The use of padding anywhere in the trunks is prohibited.
The front area must be covered and the side of the trunks should be at least 1 cm in width. Thongs are prohibited.
FITTING AND LENGTH:
Male physique athletes need to pay attention to the way their shorts fit around their waist. They also need to keep length in mind. Ill-fitting shorts can make a competitor appear messy and unbalanced.
Months of hard work can be ruined by wearing the wrong suit.
COLOR OF SUIT:
Yes, suit color matters! Your suit color selection should complement your overall look, specifically your skin tone and hair color.
When it comes to choosing the “right” color, there are a few generalizations that can be made, but the final selection should always be individualized.
In general: dark and solid colors look better on stage; blondes should not wear yellow; dark green looks great on olive skin tones; and black hair goes well with red or light blue suits.