Clothing articles like sports jerseys that are "supposed" to be baggy make us feel comfortable. It's nice, it feels great; like hiding in plain sight. Let us be frank: they make you look bigger than you are.
The billowing extra fabric does not hide your girth, it accentuates it. We think the big guy mind associates being big with clothes feeling tight and therefore loose fitting clothes must be how skinny people feel. That is not the way to go. Generally avoid clothes that add bulk or create artificial shapes wide-leg pants, bulky shoes, and overly large or puffy jackets and jumpers.
Also, if you have lost some weight, don't continue wearing your out-sized clothes; any "bigness" in clothes not supported by your body hangs down as length which distorts your proportions, and creates bagginess, particularly under your arms.
Details matter they say...well this is a perfect example for it and this is why you should always pay attention on how you match your belts and shoes. Watch the video to learn why.
Travel can be a hassle for us big guys. Here's a few tips on how to make travel easier and more comfortable for large men.