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    Artisan Conquerer Halla74's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I feel ya Halla, I've gotta get my button down shirts custom fit to accommodate my chest and shoulders while being slim in the mid section.

    Suits are pretty much the same.
    Getting shirts tailored is mucho important. Doing so makes obvious that you possess a small waistline and broad chest/shouldrs/arms. The same shirt without alterations makes you look like a moderately fat man.

    I don't care, being built is worth it. It makes it alot easer to "walk softly" throughout life because you are the "big stick." I have no regrets, but I do have biceps!

    I'll bet my business attire costs are 60% threads and 40% alterations.

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    I have trouble with shirts. i have long legs and a VERY short upper body: all the shirts are so long for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    I have trouble with shirts. i have long legs and a VERY short upper body: all the shirts are so long for me!
    See I have the same shape in that way, but it seems that I have trouble finding pants because my hips and the length of my legs dont seem to add up. So I have to buy size 9-11 pants. [trust me, I still look thin] Pants are the death of me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i have days like today where i don't even look into a mirror. i'm wearing the tank top i slept in and some yoga pants and then days i feel like putting together a look...they're about half n half.
    Hahahaha, this is so me too!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I feel ya Halla, I've gotta get my button down shirts custom fit to accommodate my chest and shoulders while being slim in the mid section.

    Suits are pretty much the same.
    yeah, i have the same problem. off the rack shirts that are big enough in the shoulders/chest for me often have way too much fabric around the waist.

    all i wear anymore is linen shorts or pants, and guayaberas. haha, that is my entire wardrobe these days. and it's all white or brown. my closet is the most boring thing you'll see.
    but in the past i have tended to go through really drastic warbdrobe changes every few years.

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    ha i noticed the color thing myself.

    everything is black, white, blue, or brown.

    i dress alright, but nothing spectacular. i have a few showoff pieces which don't see a lot of use, and everything else is a mix of jeans-and-a-tee and athletic clothes. i do some thrift store shopping, but i make sure things fit well. good fit means a lot.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    i need to buzz my hair again or maybe let it grow out and do something with it (winter), but ugh, having hair to style was always a pain. keeping with the topic, i suppose that when I did have longer hair i would make an effort to make it look a certain way so it wasn't really sloppy but it was never clean cut either.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    I like to be comfortable, and prefer to look good, but I'm not above leaving the house in a grubby t-shirt, old yoga pants, and nasty hair for the 5 whole minutes it takes me to run my kindergartner to school. Oh, and drive-through windows are not places I feel the need to make an appearance.

    If I'm actually going somewhere, I try to look stylish and good. My wardrobe is more classic pieces than trendy, mostly because I'm cheap.
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    we have a little grocery store down the street from us, i walk there in the middle of the night a lot, barefoot in just my boxers. i am really glad there are places that are fine with that.

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