Old news, I know, but a good story nevertheless. Normally I try my very hardest never to speak to salespeople in stores, what with their blatant ignorance and general uselessness. But I walked into the Nordstrom suit section in Santa Barbara, which serves a pretty spendy crowd. I was mostly there just to try and nail down my OTR sizing without any real intention of buying anything. Typically I should be about a 37R. I'm pretty little through the torso with 28"x31" pants. 5'11", 155lbs. Needless to say, nothing fits me. So this douche puts me in a 36S, which looks ridiculous, and then a 38R and says drumroll please... "You'll grow into it, its not like your a triathlete or anything" Now first of all, if you want to get technical, good triathletes tend to end up with big arms and chests shoulders from the swimming. I spent years racing road bikes, hence the tiny arms and chest, and take any comparison to triathlets as a personal insult (mostly because those guys don't know how to go around a corner). Second of all, don't sell me an $800 suit and tell me I'll grow into it. And third of all, at 25, I'm not getting any taller so you must be saying I'm going to get fatter? Honestly?! So I left. The end.