yeah it seems that medium was too large but a small would've been constricting
Noooo... you don't have to do that. Just buy clothes that fits is all.
I don't think I've ever had something tailored.. heh.
We all know that's annoying. Don't we all snicker at them?
I don't like shopping and rarely try casual clothes on at the store unless accompanied by a female. I end up just not wearing the things that don't really fit or returning them.
A guy cannot buy a decent suit without having it tailored. The same with dress shirts. I've known a few people that even take their Dockers to the tailor. Meh, if you are going to spend more than average money on clothes, the cost to get them tailored really doesn't matter much.
That needed a picture.I seen a guy a few days back wearing 3 polo shirts, one over the other, each one with their colar popped.
What the christ?
I don't laugh, I think it's a stupid trend, it's amazing how many people follow it though.
Try a different brand. Once you find one that fits you well keep with it. Express is usually a good one.
Abercrombie and Fitch.. not so much, it gets me riled up that they make shirts two sizes smaller than they really are. Makes for a confusing online purchase damn it.
there weren't many shirts like that at the store, though. I don't know why
I'm not much of a dresser myself, jeans and a tee for me... but fly knows the fashion rules. You'll never see him match a brown belt to a black purse.