More companies are starting to offer clothing in extended sizes, which makes it easier for big men like you and I to go out and find the things we like. There are also companies such as Big Gunz Clothing, who focus exclusively on the big and tall man. At their website, Big Gunz explains that their store “is dedicated to the substantial market of men who are tired of settling for mediocre clothing that don’t make the most of what we’ve got.”
A quick look at the site shows you that Big Gunz’ focus is tops and hats – a good place to start with big men’s apparel. If you’re looking for tees, look no further, as Big Gunz has 14 to choose from. You’ll also find a bowling shirt and a hoodie there if you’re looking for something different. The shirts themselves look like they’re made for a rounder body, though without trying one on, we can’t say the fit is different. They do claim to make the shirts specifically for a bigger body size. Sizes run from 1XL to 4XL, so if you fit into those sizes, it might be worth your while to give Big Gunz Clothing a try. You can take a look on your own at www.biggunzclothing.com.
who cares what other people think you can "pull off". I think this man looks great and he should feel so too
Grew mine out long, I'm going in today to get it cut, maybe I'll get an undercut today. Good article.
Melissa, great question! It's a haircut with short sides and longer lengths on top. Lots of info in the article!
Any man can do the undercut... If they like it who gives a rats behind what anyone else thinks. SOCIETY... just stop now.
Adding... the LA hairstylist who's quoted in the article saying "hair styles don't have a weight limit" - love him! I wish he'd speak to more women's stylists. How many times have I been told by stylists, and read about other fat women being told, "short hair doesn't look good on a 'round face.'" AKA, stylist code for "you're too fat for short hair." This kind of b.s. needs to stop, which is why I wish more stylists had the attitude of the guy quoted here.