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    "Only wear single- or double-breasted blazers"



    Because there are triple-breasted blazers out there?? "Avoid slim-fitting shirts"? Who writes this crap?


    http://www.askmen.com/fashion/fashiontip/32_fashion_advice.html


    Seriously, though, a friend of mine was willing to get styled by me, which was a fun challenge to undertake. I'm so used to swimming in shirt collars, it was a monkey wrench to find a 17.5" shirt that didn't have orangutan arms. Plus, he's no skinny mini, so finding something that didn't look plastic-wrapped around his midsection was another challenge. When it's your own body, you have lots of practice finding what works, but it was a trick (illusion, Michael) to have to think on the fly.


    If you've found good articles for dressing as a bigger man, I'd like to read up on it.


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    Illusion, Michael. A trick is something a whore does for money... Or candy!

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      #3


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jK-NcRmVcw

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        I rolled my eyes a little at "slightly boot-cut."

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          for big guys, avoid double-breasted blazers.....concentrate on single breasted 2 and 3 button. I would also avoid button-down shirts when possible.

          The most important appraisal is looking to see where height is distributed (trunk, legs, or equal distribution), as it will guide you to how long a rise you will need in trousers, or whether to cheat a little bit on your blazer's length...


          Here is a pretty good general appraisal:

          http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/dres...pe-tall-broad/

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