Don't take it too far Ken, people will think you're English
Your virus system is infected with windows. Please to be giving me your credit card details urgently
in terms of non-bespoke solutions, try some of the asian brands. their average sizes are smaller. can you get uniqlo in the mid-west?
DesertFox- wrote:As a reasonably thin man, I'd kill for easier bespoke clothing. Even slim fit button-up shirts I wear for work often are loose around the torso or have unflattering folds when tucked in. With pants, it seems to range from rail-thin Holocaust survivor that I can't even get on to searching through piles of jeans for a diamond in the rough in just my size and cut. I suspect being in the American midwest might be part of the problem, though.
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Their shirts are so thin that they're transparent. They also run short. Not a fan at all.
Dilbert_X wrote:I've found Van Heusen have a range of fits and are reasonable quality for shirts.