Skinny! Ah! You're too kind, I am anything but. I would say I am average, but certainly not "skinny". I have been a suit wearer for a while now, and while I used to be about 30lbs skinnier I did the whole skinny suit thing and while I enjoyed it at the time I began to feel immature in it. I think getting a bit older, as well as learning about and appreciating the world of tailoring I began to see the benefits not only in appearance, but in comfort as well as how you are perceived. All in all, I feel that it looks more elegant and timeless.
I have always preferred a more monochrome color palate, which hasn't changed much over the years so I like to express myself in textures and silhouettes.
I think I can carry the fuller cut, because I am on the tall side, 6' 2". But then again I feel that some of the better dressers on this forum don't err on the side of tight, much the opposite. Many think looking good, or good tailoring is about how close one can get cloth to their bodies without causing ripples. This is a very amateur way to approach tailoring.
I totally agree with this. In no way was I implying on tightness being the standard here. It's something I try to caution my brothers on, especially taking into consideration that they really aren't built for severe waist suppression in the first place. And while a fuller cut might not work on me, I appreciate all kinds of silhouettes nonetheless.