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One that doesn't end somewhere above his navel?
I always thought they were quite square rather than rectangular. Also H&M is a pain in the arse to shop in..
they're good, just go for the slim fit ones and you'll be fine.
You just have to elbow the slow browsing moo-faced ladies out of the way to get there. Like a shopping cannonball.
at Oxford Circus? I don't know where men's sections are..
S'upstairs. There's an escalator on the right hand side of the store. They have a nice selection of shizzle up there, definitely worth a look on your lunchbreak. Buy me a present while you're there, yeah? Because you like me, right?
caters for the skinny man, jeans-wise. Maybe they have shirts too?
I remember seeing it once..
If you go to the top end of Shaftesbury Ave where it meets St. Giles High Street, there are two roads into Covent Garden branching off. The right fork with less people on it has Pop Boutique on it.
Actually I think there's a website called http://www.popboutique.co.uk or something.
just go to seven dials
they only have size 24 waist. how many men have size a 24 waist?
Of course, the fact that I'm a 30" waist everywhere else does worry me slightly!
i hate in there now anyway. i only buy clothes from topshop
How big are these people?
I'm a 30" and now I feel like a fat lardy cunt.
it makse me cry...
I speak from experience, it's all very small / slim fit.
I've found them in H&M and Next, though the next ones were nicer as they were 100% cotton.
I've got the same problem, i'm tall but very thin, but have quite broad shoulders so that makes finding shirts a nightmare.
the Kensington High St H&M is better for men than the Oxford St one, which is hella shite. There are various other men's clothes shops inna area too.
tailor made in Bangkok.
Whaddaya mean that's not an option?
Well okay, I got my other ones in H&M.
Bangkok didn't you.
I did get 3 shirts made up when I was out there though. By a Nepalese man called Bob. I also bought about 5 pairs of shoes.
I'm such a tart.
i thought you meant teeshirts
and they're definitely skinny. I develop peculiar lumps of flesh I didn't know I had when I go in that shop.
As they always drown me and i look silly.
I did pick i lovely soft cotton lumberjack syle shirt, green, red and orange from a thrift store in aberdeen which, i dunno, maybe it was for kids, but it fits PERFECTLTY. I've never been able to find another one since.
I have all those poofy shirts you get in Topman.
'filled with air'
I wanted to go to Topman - coz it's above topshop, which is nice.
I mean, that terrible material, and shitty patterns.
EVERYONE WEARS THEM GET THEM AWAY FROM ME
do for me and Ive been accused of looking like Ive just left Belsen
M&S small is like a boat.
they come in a range of sizes
I am most definitely skinny. It depends on fit I suppose. If you want super-tight then maybe not.
I worked there for a year! The smallest size they do is small.
Which is massive.
That is, unelss you're buying from the kids section, which i've done once.
I am six foot and have shoulders so maybe you are referring to people with the physique of a child, but my arms and torso are really very thin.
they recently started doing XS in lots of things, sometimes even XXS. It saved my life.
I've always distrusted Top Man.
Also badly named shop.
They've certainly caught onto the whole checked shirt thing.
Top Man has come on a bit since I remember it. Since Kate Moss took over or something.
I aspire to look like a farmer/veterinarian for some reason. I find M and S is good for this.
I wore a new skinny shirt to work today. It's bright red.
I feel like a stage hypnotist, rather than achieving the 'indie rock demi-god' look I originally envisaged. Damn.