Hello men,I'm not sure if this has been covered on here, but I'm new, and would welcome any advice you may wish to offer. I'm a man of considerable girth (as my photo can attest). I've recently had…Continue
"I say for now just tuck in your shirt and don't care about what anyone says to you. As for weight loss, you may want to consider becoming more of a vegetarian for 6 months. The only meat you should eat is fish, fish are rich in Omega which is…"
"Go for a short shirt (you can take it to a tailor to get it hemmed for not much money) and leave it untucked.
As for losing weight. I have a lot of experience with fat loss. Over the past 15 months I have lost about 70 pounds of fat and gained…"
"I'm a big boy too (+300), have been most of my life, I know how you feel man. 2-3 years ago i had health scare that for first time in my life was directly because of my weight. But I have always been active because of my work, always like…"
"First things first. Hello, it's nice to make your acquaintance.
Yes, of course, losing weight, reshaping your body, etc are all good ideas. But that takes a very long time, and you asked for fashion advice, first.…"
"Some shirts do better in, some out. As mentioned elsewhere, if the bottom is flat cut…out, if it is longer in the front and back, tucked in.
Wear shirts of quality and structure. Too many large man shirts (like from a Walmart) are made…"
"You have a hard conundrum. I'm surprised someone else hasn't already said this, but make sure you feel good about how you are dressed. Its a cliche, but if you feel good it will shine through.
Im a rotund ruffian myself, the…"
"I think most over 30 are. People gain a few pounds so they cut back, they're more active, or perhaps they are bulimic. But yes, I'd say most thin people are that way because of a conscious effort to maintain or sustain healthy eating and…"
"I'm one of those people who are blessed by natural skinniness. But, I used to be a flat out shrimp. Now I'm in the best shape of my life, and still improving. So while skinny people don't know about weight loss, we can know about…"
"One thing I've noticed is that by dressing well, I don't have as many problems with parents in face-to-face encounters. I think a sweater vest/khaki combo will always beat the blue jeans/untucked plaid combination some of my fellow…"
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