Larger in the shoulders, neck, and arms but not the waist? Polo, casual button-down, and dress shirts.
I’m learning to be more stylish. I was obese for several years, found out I had chronically low T levels (<160), fixed it, lost fat, mental capacity improved significantly. I’m at a point now where simply buying a larger shirt means it’ll fit my shoulders and chest better but will look sloppy on the waist.
I bought a suit at men’s warehouse a couple years ago. I was a 44S with 46 waist then. Now I’m a 48S (technically 47, but I don’t know if they do odd numbers) with 38 waist, still dropping the waist. My waist is looser in my shirts now but the shoulders and arms are tight enough they restrict movement and feel annoyingly tight.
Sounds like it will help if I at least go and get measured professionally.
I’m a consultant full-time but also helping with my wife’s real estate company, so I’m often at open houses and meeting people.
my best reccomendation is to lose all the desired fat/weight and get to where you feel good at before investing in clothes, if you go from a 38 waist now to a 32-34, then most likely youll not only need new pants but new shirts too. Many clothing brands arent made specifically for big jacked guys.