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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by Shirtmaven View Post

you said
Only for those who buy shorts that are too small for them.

Whilst you may like to kid yourself that "Im slim, fit- and I very often fit perfectly in small-medium shirts, (everything but the neck that is. )-(Im 19.)" is correct, it patently is not, they do not fit your neck so why buy them?

so no GBR you did not spell that out!!!

GBR why do you never offer positive/constructive criticism?
You are so unhappy. I think you aren't getting enough at home!

Omnes
if you are singing professionally, then have your self measured by someone professional.
online ordering is very hit or miss. I have seen online ordered shirts, where the customer thinks the fit is good.
the fit maybe better then what they usually get from OTR, but not without needed fit corrections.

the quality on some of the online shirts varies from Good to embarrassingly bad.

Your clairvoyant skills are non-existent. If something does not fit in the fashion described then clearly it is too small and a bigger one is needed. I really cannot think why the OP needs to ask. The solutions to basic issue is surely obvious?

Further advice, get shirts made and charge them to tax as a cost of your employment.
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by GBR View Post

Your clairvoyant skills are non-existent. If something does not fit in the fashion described then clearly it is too small and a bigger one is needed. I really cannot think why the OP needs to ask. The solutions to basic issue is surely obvious?

Further advice, get shirts made and charge them to tax as a cost of your employment.

you forget that many of the new members do not have your years of expertise in wearing clothing.
You have more skill in putting on your trousers and buttoning up your shirt.
I bet you could tie a perfectly dimpled tie knot in the dark.

if the OP could have a made better search of older threads and found the information he was looking for.
but he did not find his answer.

he wrote out a well thought out post and expected appropriate answers.
which he received from everyone but you!

I await the day that you actually give constructive advise.

He might be able to write off the shirts for tax purposes, but then legally he can only wear them when he is working.
I do not know the Scandinavian tax codes. but you might
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