- Sep 9, 2012
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You went about it completely backward. Find a shirt that fits in the shoulders and chest and have it darted by a tailor to fit your midsection. These shirts will never fit you. Buy new ones.Over the course of a few months I bought a bunch of decent dress shirts not really paying attention to how well they fit anywhere but my midsection. I'm 5'9 and 150 pounds. I was more than happy buying shirts in a size Sm slim fit as they fit my midsection well.
If you're buying shirts S/M/L then you'll get whatever the company sticks you with.
Dress shirts are sized by collar size. Do you know your collar size? Then start looking for brands with a body similar to yours.