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  • ChristopherBarker

    So..after reading the kinowear bible..I noticed that almost EVERY store and retailer referenced only carries sizes that are far too small for most of the men I know. This could be due to the fact that most cater to younger, smaller men. Us 6’2″ tall, 42″ waisted men have far more challenges than the average male when it comes to looking stylish, I’ve found. Although it does mention dressing appropriate for the climate. Most of the suggestions about layering simply don’t work in warmer climates. Southern California does get ridiculously hot for most of the year. Although…dressing in context also applies to location. Here in riverside men only dress in three general categories; skater/thug, hipster/bohemian or Lawyer/business. There is no urban chic, no European styles. It’s all so disheartening. However I realize that style is different for everyone. Even after reading this book I still feel completely lost.

    • admin


      I can certainly appreciate how frustrating that might be (I was overweight earlier in my life, so completely relate). Here are a few things to keep in mind.

      1) Losing weight can probably make THE biggest difference in your appearance if you have a lot to lose. I know it’s hard for a lot of people, so do your best.

      2) Make sure you have, and use, a great tailor. They can do absolute WONDERS.

      3) What type of style is “your style”? I would try not to worry about other people. Think about your goals (i.e. feel more confident, look more successful at work, try to attract women, etc.) and from that, choose a style you like and find stores that cater to that style. (Feel free to email me separately after you think about this)

      4) If you’re lost, stick with SIMPLE and work your way up.

      5) Thinner clothes are better, as they don’t add as much bulk. Ex: Fine wool trousers will be better than thick denim jeans.

      You can also play around with things such as using suspenders instead of a belt, wearing larger accessories, and UN-tucking tailored shirts (if you have a belly that hangs over, sometimes tucked shirts can make it appear even worse). Also, try going a bit bigger with everything else (spread collars, ties, hats, etc). Anything that takes attention off of “size” and puts it onto something else.

      You’re essentially trying to create a little redirection. Think of it as someone asking you a question you don’t have an answer to, so you try and talk your way around it. Same principle.

      Let me know if this helps!