Men's clothing question regarding fit

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  1. travfrancis

    travfrancis Member

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    The picture above is not of me but the way the shirt fits on him with the crease is exactly like it does for all of my shirts. I even went so far as to customize a shirt from the same company that produced the graphic above about "square shoulders" and selected the square shoulder adjustment but the shirt still has the poor fit wrinkle.

    Does anyone have any insight on this? It's driving me crazy that all of my shirts have this crease in them.
     
  2. Jontro

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    The one on the left looks more successful.
     
  3. pmac

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    It's not really the fit as much as size. The clothes on the left are just too big. The guy pictured is skinny build so he can't expect to look as good in closely fitted clothing as a guy who has some muscle.
     
  4. krnxsnoopy

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    Slim fit FTW.. its a more flattering fit given you aren't extremely fat or extremely skinny.

    If you are decently fit the slim fit looks better.
     
  5. Mr. Brightside

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    Confused here. I thought twins always dress alike?
     
  6. LCII

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    No one is gonna care that your shirts have those lines. As long as you know the popular style now is form fitting/slim fitting shirts, you're good.
     
  7. eMat

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    LOL! I have never noticed such an insignificant detail. My girlfriend says that neither has she. :grin: Why make a big deal out of this?
     
  8. Stack24

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    At the end of the day the only way you are going to get the exact fit you see models and stuff have is to have your shirts and pants all custom made to fit your body perfectly.

    I love fashion myself but damn that is one thing I would never care about personally. Something 1% of the population might not even notice or even care about.

    But to each their own.
     
  9. cheke64

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    Left guy is lame and right is a douche. Pick your poison
     
  10. Jontro

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    I dress like the guy to the right when I go to work. Without the "Dat Ass" look though. He looks like he's way too proud of his look in that one. And wearing no shirt under a button up just irks the hell out of me.
     
  11. RV6

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    I'm pretty sure he just needs to button up his shirt. Are you not doing the same?
     
  12. Beck

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    Shouldn't your shoulders be wider than your waist?
     
  13. Yonkers

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    Right guy has white man's overbite. Maybe he thinks he's dancing.
     
  14. CCorn

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    The guy on the left needs to tie his shoes.
     
  15. cdastros

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    oh he mad
     
  17. Cold Hard

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    Both guys look foolish.

    The guy on the left's shirt is too big at the waist, and he needs to tie his shoes and he needs to get his shoes shined.

    The guy on the right doesn't look like he's wearing an undershirt. He also needs to iron his pants.
     
  18. cdeezballz

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    I dress like the guy on the left and have no complaints from the ladies about my straight "line" ;)
     
  19. LonghornFan

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    Yeah, no T in that is awful looking. You wear a V-Neck. I'm all slim fit, I don't have my shirts custom made but I do shop around a lot. Wearing a t-shirt with a short sleeve or whatever, that's fine. You don't wear one with a long sleeve unless it's a V.

    Unless you're in high school. Or Swoly. He just does everything wrong.

    BTW- What kind of shirts are you wearing? Do you dry clean them or wash and iron yourself? I've never had a shirt fit like that on me. Looks trashy as ****.
     
  20. heypartner

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    It's all about the shoes.

    So the guy on the left...first off...needs to learn how to tie his shoe laces. Secondly...buy new shoes.

    and guy on the left...get your hands out of your pockets. sheesh

    guy on the right...that shirt sucks...and is too tight. It is what a Colombian drug cartel runner would wear,,,or a guy gay with no fashion sense.
     
    #20 heypartner, May 5, 2012
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