You can't really tell from this stock photo, but this Spiewak Meade Field Jacket in M is my go-to winter jacket (I've bought it twice). Long in body, long and slimmish in arms: +1 for freakin Burberry! I just got a medium Burberry sweater that's 19'' Pit to Pit (compare with 21''-22'' for Banana Republic and 22'' for J Crew medium), with long sleeves (like 27''!) and good length. Who knew? J. Crew - personally I've found that **not a single piece of clothing in their entire store** is meant for the tall skinny man. Chests are all on the large (i.e. American) range and sleeves relatively short. The legs in trousers and shorts are wide. Not a single thing fit me there. Zara: surprisingly, I also find that nothing here fits, either. Surprising because it's a European company. The clothes are slimmish, but not particularly long/tall. Maybe cause it's a Spanish company and that's the Spanish physique? Re: Incotex - the majority of the pairs I see sold on B&S are cotton, which I've already argued is playing with fire (unless you wanna go all Sartorialist blog and wear them rolled up). How can you tell which ones are slim cut (besides the measurements)? Nice Collective - very slim. The shorts work well on me. Not sure about the rest of their clothes. Jcrew has different cuts for the pants. 'Classic' is a slim fit, they fit me pretty well, and have slim hems (not sure the actual width). 'Regular' is a typical fit and its baggy, i dont recommend them. I bought one pair by accident and i use them for around the house. 'Urban Slim' these are very slim cut. They offer long lengths, you can get a 32" inseam on a 30" waist. The sweaters are terrible, they're huge. I sized down to an XS and it still fit like a bag. I like the way RL polo sweaters fit.