I have this one - highly recommended. Should hopefully look great with my summer grey glen plaid suit
Mine arrived a couple of days ago. It's a corker.
It means Mrs Noodles might consider him to be barely over half way.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and support @Monkeyface 's suggestion that SVB could improve his overall clothing experience by working out for a while to modify his body shape and proportions.
It seems like reasonable advice to me and I'm really not sure why it was slapped down with such vehemence.
After twenty years of carrying a spare tyre, I finally decided to do something about it. I've lost a measly 4kg over the past four months or so. Pathetic really, but it's made a big difference to how my clothes fit and I'm very pleased I did it.
MF's advice was clearly offered in good faith and without malice. Sure, building up muscle won't make bow legs less bowed, but it might shift visual balance away from those bow legs. I have bow legs too. So do some other very well-dressed guys on this forum. We've found solutions and therefore so can you.
SVB, I fully understand that you may not be in a position to follow MF's specific advice for any number of reasons. Or you might just like yourself a real lot the way you are right now, and that's fine too. But you're asking for advice, people are giving it, and I feel the generosity of that should be recognised, even if some of the thinking is a little more "lateral" than you expected.
Good luck with your trouser journey. I need to lift my trouser game too.
It's the cheapest way to fix a problem though. We often think our bodies are unchangeable, but for 95% of the general population it's quite easy to fix stuff, and doesn't take much time at all. You could easily do 10 minutes of stretches before going to bed, or when watching a show or listening to music. Hell, I even do some simple shoulder and neck stretches in the office.
There aren't that many conditions that prevent people from doing a couple of stretches every day. Lifting weights is more difficult and there are more conditions that prevent people from doing that, and it does cost a bit more time and time and money, albeit not terribly much, so I'll concede that point.