Originally Posted by j_neatherlin
I get either custom dress shirts (at around $100+ a shirt) or, some brands sell fitted or slim fit dress shirts. For example, Brooks Brothers has a line of slim fit dress shirts that fit nicer in the chest. In England you can try Charles Tyrwhitt shirts fitted line (www.ctshirts.co.uk).
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Always had a problem with slack shirts hanging around the waist. Go to menstaperedline.com for perfect fit.
Select your shirt, provide your waist size in inches, and product will arrive within 4 business days world-wide, to your specification. Not much stock at this point but getting more soon.
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I get a lot of my t-shirts and dress shirts taylored. Considering most decent t-shirts cost $25-$35 these days, it's not a bad idea to get them altered so they look as good on you as they can. I take a couple shirts down to the alterations place and they'll usually do 2-3 shirts for about $10.
I'm sure some places are more expensive but honestly you just put on the shirt, they tack down the excess 'till you're satisfied, then they just cut excess from the sides and sew it together. Dress shirts already have a seam there so it's real quick. I've even had them take excess out of some of the sleeves of my t-shirts 'cause they looked like lamp shades when my arms were down at my sides.http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=141149431&p=809424601#post8094246011 - If you think sleep is important
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11-10-2009, 11:34 AM #67
Hey! Are you talking about the free tee that you get with your order? If your looking for something tapered try the Fluer Tee, Crest Tee, Weight Plate Tee or any of the newer ones. They are slim cut and might be something you're looking for!
Also, if you have anymore suggestions let me know!
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