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Originally Posted by jtang108 View Post

For a woven dress shirt, you'll want around 4" +/- 1" depending how trim you want the fit. For a knit shirt like our custom polos 1" would suffice for a trim fit. I am assuming your are measuring the waist around your midsection (belly)?

 

yes, around the midsection is 33". chest is 38-39 and hips are the same. I'm not familiar with your polos - the only ones i have are RL polo custom-fit which have several inches of extra fabric in the waist and fit tight in the chest. Which i dont fully understand as i don't know anyone out there with a 40" chest and a 40" waist that is interested in fitted clothing. but my question was for dress shirts and casual buttoned shirts

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I have been looking at shirts on the site below and it seems like neither Barba, Borrelli or Finamore keeps the same cut even though they name their shirts slim and extra slim fit and so on. How come they don't keep to the same cut?! :butbut: It's really a problem finding a shirt that fit's good.

http://www.shopthefinest.com/nsearch.aspx?Category=Clothing&refine=y&Type=Shirts&page=1&Ussize=16.5&Brand=Barba+Napoli

I need 16.5" in my neck, 44"-45" in chest and 40"-41" in waist and are really having trouble in finding shirts that are slim enough for my size.

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I think our shirts may solve some problems for some of the members on this thread.

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I have been looking at shirts on the site below and it seems like neither Barba, Borrelli or Finamore keeps the same cut even though they name their shirts slim and extra slim fit and so on. How come they don't keep to the same cut?! :butbut: It's really a problem finding a shirt that fit's good.

http://www.shopthefinest.com/nsearch.aspx?Category=Clothing&refine=y&Type=Shirts&page=1&Ussize=16.5&Brand=Barba+Napoli

I need 16.5" in my neck, 44"-45" in chest and 40"-41" in waist and are really having trouble in finding shirts that are slim enough for my size.

 

thats my neck size except 38-39 chest, 33 waist. i think you will be able to find something. The slimmest 16.5" neck i have seen is a 48" chest (garment measurement) so that seems like it would be correct for you. waist may need to come in a little

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thats my neck size except 38-39 chest, 33 waist. i think you will be able to find something. The slimmest 16.5" neck i have seen is a 48" chest (garment measurement) so that seems like it would be correct for you. waist may need to come in a little

I wrote that 44"-45" is what I need, so 48" is 3"-4" to big, which is quite a lot.

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