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ineedtorevise127
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Hi for someone who wears Medium for Regular clothing

For Slim fit shirts would (L) be the best fit for me?
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I mean, it depends if you actually want it to be tight. For tight shirts I usually get the same size and it's fine.
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Slim fit comes in all sizes lol S,M and L so why don't you just get a Slim Fit M?
(Original post by ineedtorevise127)
Hi for someone who wears Medium for Regular clothing

For Slim fit shirts would (L) be the best fit for me?
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By purchasing a larger size you'd basically be turning a slim fit shirt into a regular fit.
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Slim fit jeans help you to look slim however you should purchase the jeans of same waist length that you used to wear on regular jeans. But these vary from one brand to another, so shop carefully.
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How does that logic even work?
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