I'm a 3xl size fella, but I've got a 5xl neck. They don't make 21" dress shirts, they make 20s and 22s. The 22s are like a circus tent on my body, but the 20s aren't close to buttoning on my neck.…Continue
"I bought an iTailor shirt and it was just fine... but it was very short. I like a shirt that I have plenty of material to tuck in to the waistband. Do you know which measurement to increase to make sure I have enough material to tuck?"
"Recently got a 22" shirt and had it taken in. Probably should have done that sooner. The shirt was about $50 and the tailoring was about $12. The 22" collar is a tad big, but it doesn't hang down, so I have a…"
"Paul Frederick and probably others are starting to offer very roughly made to measure for much more reasonable prices, but my advice is try only one to see if they get it right, mine was too small around the middle (I need a lot of middle).
"I actually found iTailor before I posted this, but it appeared to be something from overseas and I could find very little feedback. The price appears to be right, but I'm just afraid of getting burned. I should probably give them a…"
"I don't know if it would help your situation but there is one clothing line in the Casual Male (Big&Tall store) that I've sworn by over the years. Don't laugh, but it's the George Foreman line. I'm a 3XL guy…"
"Although I only wear about an 18" shirt, I've found a lot of great resources for bigger sizes on this awesome site http://www.chubstr.com . Lots of options there for bigger guys with a sense of style beyond what the typical Big & Tall…"
"Lest us forget, that Destination XL is marketing the hell out of this right now. I understand that larger clothes take more fabric and therefore should cost more, but they're hawking $200 polo shirts that are on sale for $180?…"
"I never asked why rages weren't rising, I said costs were rising, but rages are staying flat...Meaning they are not rising together...Meaning the American worker can never get ahead...Meaning costs are rising, but wages remain flat...Not a hard…"
"Do you read these links before you post them?
(From the Atlantic Story)wages grew faster in 2016...Labor protests like the Fight for $15 movement contributed to minimum-wage increases in several states and cities...Wages for the poorest 10 percent…"
"I've never posted those links here before. You're lying again.
"The Most Underrated Story About the U.S. Economy
Income growth is faster at the bottom than at the top. Thank a growing economy, falling unemployment, and minimum-wage…"
"I was exaggerating Shane, I wasn't lying. You've posted it in reply to me at least twice, and once it was only a list of the VA links. The other two it's been a list of links to the other links as well. Not sure if it's the exact…"