You may want to add more material to the back of your shirt as well. The front looks fine but the back looks extremely tight, probably uncomfortably so when sitting at a desk with your arms forward. Luxire will allow you to add material to the upper back without adding pleats, if that's your concern. I'd also considering adding to the lower back. For reference, pleats add 2" of fabric, so you could specify anything from 1" to 2". I ordered +1.25" back chest on my last shirts I believe. Personally, when I first went MTM with luxire I wanted my shirts to fit perfectly, which meant super slim. Over time I've come to realize that getting your shirts that slim is both uncomfortable and discouraged me from wearing them (it's the weekend, why wear this super slim uncomfortable oxford when I should be relaxing?). Nowadays I get a slim-ish fit. Certainly not as slim as some Calvin Klein models, but hardly baggy, either, and I'm much happier for it - I actually WANT to wear my shirts, and they still look great. Seeing your pictures makes me wonder if you're where I was when I started, and maybe I can save you some time by telling you this .