Check out some of the champion big and tall jersey shorts. I wear a 48" usually and got the 1x and they're great and short to show off my goods.
Dude, I FEEL this pain. I have always hated the massive head holes most shirts seem to have, which makes it so my undershirt shows up around my neck.
My life saver had been Next Level t-shirts. They have a more narrow neck hole, come in larger sizes and have a great fit for my gut.
I got this one on amazon that worked great! However, it was not purchased with "style" in mind - just that it's big, has a wide brim that covers my neck, and fits my massive dome. I wear an 8 or an 8(1/8) for fitted caps a reference, and this one fits well.
As for looking goofy... it's a sun-hat. It's going to always look goofy!
For sure. I vote Seiko 5 auto
Ha, sorry about that. Here you go:
I bought my brother a pair of these and find them SO much better than fighting with uncomfortable belts.
I am 6'2, 280. I own the Ergobaby 360 Mesh, which you can see here. It fits me fine but the straps are definitely near maxed out. I like it a lot, though, because:
1) The mesh means I sweat less
2) It's got a bunch of different options (front, back, side, facing in / facing out), which lets you change as the kid grows and their preference changes.
Thanks! Not sure if you already dug around, but their site has 3xl and Amazon has a very similar jacket, but only 2xl.
541 Levis are what i buy. i have pretty big legs and waist these are just right not to skinny but not super baggy. Ankle fit is good but not super slim.
Levi's Men's 541 Athletic Fit Jean https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078S8ZM3Z/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_VkpzFbZPA7ZDG
Here’s the link fam it’s a basic Gildan hoodie but I think it’s dope as fuck. Go crazy they got a bunch of colors I’m planning on buying for hoodie season.
I personally use these from Amazon. They're made from a suspender material and hook around belt loops instead of going all the way around with a buckle. For me they stay up just fine and it takes away the belly pinch.
These have been great for me. I'm usually a 48-50 in pants and the 3X with this brand fits me very well and they're hella comfortable
Search Amazon for "Amazon Essentials Fit by DXL". It's the B&T line from Amazon. Cheaper than DXL's house brands. Also lower quality but I've found the tshirts/flannels/undershirts are perfect blend of cost and quality. For me I need the tall sizes since the regular seem to run a little short.
Here's a link to their muscle tee.
I actually never been big on boots either till recently. I started with their Combs combat boots and my friend got me into trying to other kinds and they looks great and fit very well.
Here's the band I have for the watch here
And yeahhhh I didn't know my ring size for the longest, my friend let me try one of his on and he's an 11 in rings so I just went up one size and they fit great. Amazon has a good selection to start with.
To piggy back on his comment, go with these for casual wear. I wear them nearly every day. They'll change your life.
Carhartt signature casual belt. I've owned the black and brown for 10 years each and they haven't failed me once. Daily wear! (They are also great if you plan on carrying a firearm or knife on your belt)
Carhartt Men's Signature Casual Belt https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0031U0PO2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_57W0FP4W5RHX4FJJ2KB0
i agree. i just got a Columbia Horizon Pine jacket off of amazon. It's back up to $220 now, but very nice and basically 2 jackets in one. love the sizing. i normally wear a 3xl in everything, but i went down to a 2xl and probably could have went with a 1x. keep in mine this is big&tall sizing. there's the standard M,L,XL, XXL, then there's Big & Tall XL 2XL, all the way up to 5xl. i got it on sale around Cyber Monday for $160. it's back up to $220, but i would be perfectly happy if i spent $220.
the inner shell is a lightweight puffy coat that everyone is wearing nowadays. it feels nice.i wear it when it's down to around 30degrees. the outer shell is like a ski/snowboard coat, but with a more mature look. that's the reason i got it is because it can be worn in office setting. i combine outer shell when it's super cold or windy or if it's raining or snowing. before this jacket, my wife got me a carhartt 3xl and it was too dang big. i returned it and ended up with this columbia.
one thing to note is the color. mine is black, but the outer shell looks more like a midnight blueish gray. the inner shell is definitely black.
columbia horizon pine
EDIT: oh snap, i didn't even realize, the post i replied to is a horizon pine as well, in green colorway.
Nice. I've almost never been able to wear chinos, but I've recently become a fan of Lee.
I ordered some jeans on Amazon Prime Wardrobe and one of them was the Lee's Modern Series Extreme Motion Athletic Fit. It is definitely more stretchy and softer than raw demin, but they actually fit and were soooo comfortable.
I checked out some more of their other stuff and found some khaki pants in the Extreme Comfort range that would be great if they were just as comfortable. Some may not like the stitching at the top though. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LHAJYHQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_dp_Qe58Ab5Q7K371
Not too familiar with the difference between chinos and khakis or Lee's Total Freedom vs Extreme Comfort but could be worth a look next time I need.
Hey there /u/dependenttomato,
Welcome to the sub! First things first, if you feel at all like a dork it is because you're convincing yourself that the look is suitable for someone else - we've all been there and I encourage you to not feel that way. Wear whatever you want, post some of your favorite outfits on here and take the (hopefully) constructive criticism to improve your overall look.
As for the gynecomastia, I haven't had issues but as another poster mentioned there are several brands that probably specialize in that area, do some research, try a bunch, find the one you like the most and run with it!
Finally, I'm from Miami, so the cold weather clothes is non-existent outside some jean jackets and a calvin klein puffer BUT I have a trip to NYC coming up and purchased this parka from amazon that is pretty incredible. Goes up to a 3x and fits roomy, I think it's a great look.
Hope this helps, happy to answer any other ancillary questions you might have. And just once again, DON'T BE AFRAID TO TRY NEW THINGS!
Nope, but I'm also curious. Also, if you're open to wearing pants, I bought this pair of 100% polyester AmazonBasics pants that feel really light and cool that I'm looking forward to wearing in the southern summer heat. Cheap too, at $26.
A compression tank like this would probably help
Thanks for the responses guys. I'm kind of coming around to wearing a belt with some sort of hidden support to make it more effective when I want to just go with a tucked short sleeve. I've found a couple of promising products.
I don't know about shipping to Canada, but I really like these standard Timberland belts. They aren't fussy but they're solid and easy to put on, and they run up to 48 (which is what you'd want, probably).
Mens Golf Shirt Moisture Wicking Dry Fit Performance Sport Short Sleeve Striped Golf Polo Shirts for Men https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09P8LFDK6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_QH47K8D4A1QXQCBT0KY4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
LEE Men's Big & Tall Performance Series Extreme Comfort Pant https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N9QXBIB/
These are my go to when I visit my company headquarters or go to more formal events where jeans aren't acceptable. All the material is stretchy and doesn't feel tight when squatting or moving about. I usually watch for the color I want to go on sale before buying.
I've had good luck with the Reebok Golf polos from DXL. They are pricy, but if you have a DXL store near you, you can check what they have in your size in their clearance section. The clearance section can be hit or miss, but worth a shot.
These might work for you. Lighter and softer than jeans, but not quite so light as most dress slacks. They're cut somewhere between jeans and chinos. I've been wearing them for a few months and really like them.
I'm a big fan of the Amazon Essentials fit by DXL line of t-shirts. Soft, quality feel to them. I started off hang drying but experimented with drying a paint stained shirt I wouldn't care if it shrank. I was pleasantly surprised that it kept it's size. For me they run short so I would size up and get the tall. Here's the link. (Don't be fooled by the patterned ones, they aren't the same shirt as the solid colors and much worse quality.)
For jeans I always recommend an "athletic" cut, specifically Levi's 541. They are generous in the thighs and tapered at the ankle for a more tailored and composed look. Most less expensive brands offer that cut now so you can experiment at a lower price point. I do feel you get what you pay for in jeans though. You're going to wear them way more often than most items you own so pay up a few bucks if you can. If you live in the US see if you have a DXL nearby and you can try on the 541 in store in a few waists to find the right fit. Levi's own store sometimes has sales and you can get cheaper than DXL.
I am a similar build and these pants are great.
Look for a dress shirt at kohls, they have a ton of shirts that will fit you. If you have the funds, get it tailored to you.
Tailored clothing will make you look really sharp.
Go with a hybrid. It's firm but still has a foam up top. Here's what I got - https://www.amazon.com/Ashley-Furniture-Signature-Design-Innerspring/dp/B07BNS7T6V?th=1
As for bed frame, Zinus makes some good ones for a good price. You're just going to have to check to see what you like design wise.
The 3XL of these Amazon shorts fits 46-49w
An option that works for me (although not for every pair of pants) is to use no buckle stretch belts like these. They are a lot more comfortable and hold up my pants better than regular belts. In fact, I've pretty much stopped using regular belts altogether unless the situation calls for it. These stretch belts can be dressed up as well and look great on a pair of chinos or dress pants. Granted they are not perfect and really depend on how many belt loops your pants have and how robust the loops are. For most situations though they work fine. They aren't exactly high quality but at least they are cheap to replace.
Yeah, buddy, no problem at all. Happy to help out.
Here are the exact ones I've bought 5 pairs in various colors so I never have to change them out on my pants rotations: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HKV8DVB/
And the clip ones are nothin' special, I just get those at Walmart or wherever, thin ones with smallish clips. With those, I feel like the idea is that the pants are fitted enough that not much relies on those. I wear Lee Extreme Motion denim/chinos (sizes go way up!) from Amazon and they usually stay up pretty well on their own, even when going from sitting to standing and vice version. The suspenders are just my insurance policy. ;)
HIGHLY recommend Levi's 541 athletic cut jeans in the waterless stretch material. They're just as you described - feel like sweats instead of jeans. No binding, no crotch pinching, no plumbers crack. These are the ones I order: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QQH6MRQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I've got the Savane Men's Big and Tall Flat Front Active Flex Stretch Denim and like them a lot. They held up far longer than a similar product from IZOD, and though they're nice and stretchy, they're not quite sweatpants level comfy.
Old Navy has cheap stretch denim pants that I remember being really comfortable, but they're not durable at all. Might be a decent cheap substitute until your favorites are back in stock.
>The key here is to wear the pants under the belly but have the belt tight enough if you're up and moving around, you can easily loosen a bit if sitting.
This is basically how I survive as well.
I wear these nylon belts (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06W2PM74S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1). Very inexpensive, can be worn through TSA and the buckle loosens with a finger. When I'm sitting for a while, I use my thumb and pop the buckle and let the belt loosen to comfort. When I get back up, it's very easy to inconspicuously tighten it back up again. This works with jeans, cargoes, dress pants or what have you.
I've never been comfortable with belly pants. I don't think they look right on me and it's uncomfortable to sit for long periods that way.
A lot of people will tell you that should just suck it up and wear them over your belly. Your hips are ACTUALLY closer to your belly button (just below).
I personally think it looks ridiculous for me at least, and I know plenty of people who agree.
This of course, does make it difficult because your pants do slip and your buttcrack shows all the time.
So, what's been most effective for me is getting a belt with this kind of clip (just an exmaple of the style, be sure to get the right size). I'm 6'0" 300 and got a belt that let me cut to the size I needed, was great.
The key here is to wear the pants under the belly but have the belt tight enough if you're up and moving around, you can easily loosen a bit if sitting.
Next, the shirts are more important for you. You need to look at XLT sizes. For me a 2XLT or 3XLT is perfect. The shirts are long enough to cover belly and butt, and they usually fit well enough to not look ridiculously baggy.
Same problem. This is the ONLY comfortable hat I can find in 2xl. If you're handy with adding a patch (or a pin) you can customize it yourself. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JBJJT7F/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1&psc=1
I use these. Need replacing once in a while when they wear out.
Arch Support Insoles Men & Women by Physix Gear Sport - Orthotic Inserts for Plantar Fasciitis Relief, Flat Foot, High Arches, Shin Splints, Heel Spurs, Sore Feet, Overpronation (1 Pair, Large) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078GPBXHB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_RCR9165F2CW5DGWB52RN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
These ended up being a good fit for me. I found them on sale too for ~$25.
Levi's Men's 502 Taper Jean
Amazon has a brand called Goodthreads that sells decent cable knit sweaters for $30.
Amazon Brand - Goodthreads Men's Supersoft Long-Sleeve Cable Knit Crewneck Sweater https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08615S6RR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_JFEXYKS858K58C9PS4TH?psc=1
I like these from amazon.
They are basically form-fitting, so it's not going to hide anything, but I prefer the compression. However, it covers the midsection and will dry fast.
I have a carhart crewneck sweatshirt that fits very and looks sharp, and it has an elastic waistband.
Carhartt Men's Crewneck Pocket Sweatshirt (Regular and Big & Tall Sizes) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SBGSCTN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_X6E90JFR8B8AWAAT4EKH
I went as a Roman emperor one year, just need a red or purple T shirt and a white bed sheet to make a toga, only part you need to buy is a crown
6'3 3XL shrek here - this is what I got because I was tired of the one size fits all ending at my knees and the 3/4 length sleeves. This is a proper almost oversized hooded bathrobe. I could live in this thing in the cooler winter months if it were socially acceptable.
Alexander Del Rossa Men's Warm Fleece Robe with Hood, Big and Tall Contrast Bathrobe
3XL, 5'10", 330lb here. I got this robe a year ago and it's seriously the comfiest thing I've ever worn:
Verabella Women Men's Long Plush Fleece Robe with Hood, Solid Color Bathrobe https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CXQ3KKW/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_6265VJK6SGTNDMVC89RR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
May go to for the past few years have been Unionbay's relaxed fit cargo pants. After a few washes and breaking them in they feel soft to wear while still very durable. I replaced all my work pants with them instead. A couple pairs are a little tight in the crotch but most pants are for me.
I bought these on a whim last year and they're some of the best boxer briefs I've ever worn. No breakage in the crotch area or anything. My only "complaint" is that the waistband has faded in color, but that's not even close to a big deal for me.
Haggar are my go-to for flexible dress pants, but for a daily driver i wear mostly Wrangler Authentics Fit Flex jeans.Wrangler Authentics Fit Flex Jeans They have a solid amount of stretch to them and have been super durable for me. They come in a lot of different jean styles too.
Urban Classics Men's Long Shaped Turnup Tee T-Shirt https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MQONC1K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_GJ19RZXMASZ1ACTDMP67?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
These are my go too.
I got it from Amazon
MCEDAR Men's Hawaiian Short Sleeve Shirt Suits Aloha Flower Print Suits Casual Button Down Standard Fit Beach Shirts Suits https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TSL783H/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_2MZPYBBZ7SMRMP7DCW4X?psc=1
Ive used this one for a few years and it’s held me, my girlfriend, and the mattress since 2017 with no problems. The downside is that its ugly, but it works.
I am 6'2", which can fall in normal or long length. I bought these one size up from what I normally wear because they don't have long, and I liked them quite a bit. Might be worth a shot.
I’m 6’3” 330lbs.
Dockers Men's Relaxed Fit Comfort Khaki Pants - these have some stretch to them in the waist
I find that Van Heusen button down shirts fit me well
Van Heusen Men's Big and Tall Wrinkle Free Poplin Long Sleeve Button Down Shirt https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B32SYY1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_K05ZEBDB3JJ0Q6D9HJ5D?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I’m also a fan of Duluth Trading company for big and tall sizes but their marketing emails are a bit excessive and the stylized drawings of some of their clothes don’t give a representation of what you’ll receive.
If you want a variety of plain color T's, check out The Next Level T-shirts. They're cheap, but I've bought a bunch of them and they are consistently the softest, best fitting shirts for my bigger frame, and they tend not to shrink at all in the wash. Here's what I bought most recently:
I got it on ebay years ago. It's only a cheap china job. They run super small though so if you're going to get one you'll need to go at least two sizes up. This is the closest I could find... https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OP2A63A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_DS3WJGNJQ1T7TAJB8TKX?psc=1
Joe's USA - All Sport Neon Color High Visibility Athletic T-Shirts in Sizes XS-4XL https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KOE11GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6JXNPHG7BB7EDNBD0NHB?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Here you go
I had them hemmed at the bottom by my aunt and a little adjusted on the width, they were originally joggers
Victorious Men's Drop Crotch Joggers Twill Pants link: amazon
Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Short-Sleeve Slub Henley T-Shirt fit by DXL https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07PW4T1G4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_RAEK8922WF8TFVXP6D60?psc=1
I got this one from Amazon Essentials. Olive.
I love Carhartt and Key for my jeans, but I couldn't find any in that size. They do make bib overalls that would fit you though. I have like 5 pairs that I love wearing.
I did find some Wranglers in your size.
Good luck, man. If it's available via Amazon in your country, I recently got this extra long Calvin Klein tie. It fits great and the material doesn't feel cheap.
I found it in a couple places:
Amazon has you covered
As long as white, khaki, and grey count as exciting. Sorry, just saw you wanted interesting color choices.
This guy right here here got my through a semester abroad in the UK. Definitely recommend!
I got it from Adidas for 80 USD so don't pay attention to the price on Amazon.
Dark Blue Lees. bought them from amazon. Love them
Shirt - XL Modern/Regular Fit from GAP
Jeans - Lees from amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BCG25QS/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Shoes - Grey Suede Cole Haan Grand Zero
SPACE Seating Big and Tall AirGrid Back and Padded Mesh Seat, Adjustable Arms, Gunmetal Finish Base Ergonomic Managers Chair, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WJVB1Q/
I’ve found this site has pretty good options in their other sections and would trust this recommendation, especially after reading the Amazon reviews. http://forbigandheavypeople.com/office-chairs-with-400-lbs-capacity/
I ordered 6 tops, in varying sizes, and I was happy enough to be able to keep 4 of them! The denim shirt just didn't work (I ended up getting one from Amazon Prime Wardrobe).
Here’s the amazon link. If you get them in “off” colors you can sometimes find them cheaper. I’ve bought 2 in the last month both around 16 bucks.
Not sure how much you'd call it "similar" since it doesn't quite have the same exact styling, but I just picked up one of these at Amazon and they come in up to 3XL. I'm normally a 3X and this one was still a bit roomy (it's meant to be baggy to begin with) so they're true to size.
It actually looks really nice and is super comfortable and warm but still allows the fabric to breathe a little so I wasn't getting all sweaty in it. Wearing it around the house (which I keep at 67 which is on the colder side) felt really nice.
May not be for everyone though, it's got kind of a hippie/rasta vibe. I really like it though, frankly and wanted it to wear around the house mostly.
I've had good luck with these. Nothing fancy, but they outlasted the Fruit Of The Loom ones I got at the same time. I bought 5 more just a couple of months ago. The "looms" have been relegated to the "if I have to" category.
I'm going to save you a bunch of shopping around. Buy black carhartt hoodies. Here are the two you want to pick between
They have zipper equivalent ones if you want that style. I've been through a million different kinds of hoodies, and Carhartt are the best and the most value for the $.
Tip: The difference between the regular and the "tall" carhartt hoodies is about 3 inches, so decide if you're tall or average and then pick. I'm 6foot and the "tall" was too long for me, so I got regulars.
I own several of these compression undershirts from 2(x)ist. I wear them under button downs to tighten up my gut/handles. I think you can probably find them cheaper at Macy's or somewhere similar though: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004R96766/
I'm a 2x but wear a L in these to reaaaally get compression. They work well.
I got this timex last year. It comes in a bunch of different combos, and I like it a lot. The leather it came with is cheap, bad leather, tho, and it's already showing wear. I plan on replacing the band once we're all going out and seeing people again.
Yeah, Uniqlo might work, but a 3XL might be too small. I'd also say that unless you can see yourself wearing this more than once, maybe just buy it from Amazon and return it? There's this Lands End one that comes in a bunch of big sizes, among a bunch of others.
Legend rash guards are really excellent. Thick and sturdy. not sure if they're available right now
I've been looking at men's shapewear lately. Haven't tried any of it though. It's def a new territory besides compression shirts
Being that I don't like wearing my pants around my belly button I hate when shirts don't go low enough and have been considering this as a strategy..
Or something similar
I own 5 of these from 2(x)ist and they're a lifesaver, especially when wearing button down shirts. I wear a XXL in regular shirts and sized way down to a Large in these shirts. Really compresses well. https://www.amazon.com/IST-4510-Shapewear-V-Neck-T-Shirt/dp/B004R96766/
Might be able to find better prices at places like Macy's.
Also a big thigh guy :)
I've had a lot of luck with these Izod chinos. Cut baggy, but plenty of room through the rise, seat and thigh.
What kind of belt do you use? I switched from leather to this elastic one and I've had way less pants problems since then. Looks good with jeans and I've gotten away wearing this with dress pants too.
Gotcha man. Try this. I have a giant head. When you snug up the drawstring it makes like a sack supporting your beard. Metal in the nose bridge as well.
they only go to 2X but I wear these
Super comfortable without being too thin.
I have found one single pair of pants that don't fit like garbage, maybe you could try them. They're the Amazon Essentials Cargo Pants, Fit by DXL. There's a lot of negative reviews from old men who don't like that they fit tighter, which is what ironically made me buy it. They fit really good on me! Unfortunately, while cargo pants are definitely in style again, I can't really wear khaki cargo pants every day for the rest of my life. Hope this helped though!
Have you tried looking for trunks, instead? They're a lot shorter in inseam, but still aren't briefs. These ones are made by Amazon, they come in 3XL and they're pretty cheap.
Other than that, there are a few shorter inseam boxer briefs. Uniqlo makes boxer briefs up to 3XL and they might work, check them out here.
Barton Leather NATO Style Watch Straps - Choose Color, Length & Width - 18mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm Bands https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075X1HGNL/ref=cm_sw_r_fm_apa_i_Cjb3EbX2HYN8H
Fintie Bands Compatible with Galaxy Watch 46mm / Gear S3, Soft Woven Nylon Band 22mm Quick Release Adjustable Replacement Sport Strap Compatible with Samsung Gear S3 Classic/Frontier Smartwatch, Navy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DN4N17P/ref=cm_sw_r_fm_apa_i_-hb3EbFT6GV4G
Also StrapsCo makes good nato bands in extra long but i can't find the amazon links.
Best bet would be Amazon Essentials Chinos, i have a pair and I really like the fit.
In m experience, these Amazon Goodthreads t-shirts run super short. I'm 6'2 and am usually between a tall/regular size and the tall was almost too short on me. The regular was waaaay too short, so maybe that'd be a good fit for you?
Drizzte on Amazon.
I love those jeans a completely disproportionate amount to how much they cost. They are cheapo china jeans I got on amazon from a company called ZLZ: Link
They are stretchy and have a great fit. Most jeans just do nothing but try to fall off my ass constantly but these hug me pretty well, I can wear them without a belt and they work fine (YMMV). If you get them in black they will smell a bit weird until you wash and wear them a few times which I notice a lot of black clothing from china has this issue. It smells like ink basically, probably just a cheap dye.
They're on Amazon, don't even cost that much. Multiple colors, incredibly sturdy yet also comfortable as hell. Stain resistant. Pockets for days. Adjustable waist. Roomy legs. If you chop them off at the knee, they make perfect cargo shorts for if you want to piss off even more fashionistas.
TRU-SPEC Men's Polyester Cotton Rip Stop BDU Pant, Khaki, XX-Large https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008776SVI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SP.iEb3T207AV
Edit: Deleted some duplicate replies. Reddit glitched on me for a bit.
Edit again: Make sure you get the Tru-Spec brand. I got some cheaper knockoff ones one time and they are just god awful, couldn't stand to wear them.
I get them from Amazon.
Holdup Under-up Series Beige Hidden Suspenders.
The plastic clasps are awesome too. I've been wearing mine every day for two years with no issues.
These are the ones I have. They are soooo comfortable. If you have amazon prime these are a part of prime wardrobe. So you can order a bunch of pairs and sizes, try them, and send back what you don’t want and only get charged for what you keep. You get 7 days to do this. I did it and got them hemmed cuz the waist was right but they were a little long. Never looked back after getting these.
I've had a lot of luck with the Amazon's Buttoned Down brand, surprisingly. The classic fit is nice and full across the shoulders and chest, and the Supima cotton is nice. Greatest quality? No. But quite good for the price. They've proven quite durable if you follow the washing instrux, as well.
Amazon and DXL teamed up for an Amazon Basics Chino for bigger dudes.
I'd buy it again, looks like most colors in my size (50x28) are out of stock currently, but I have 4 of these and couldn't recommend them more (or the price!).
Find pants that are slim fit / athletic fit and you oughta be good. Like these.
I think it's from a few years ago:
I've been using this chair for the past several months - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00SNZ59DC/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
It's a good price at $182 and real sturdy. Only downside is that one of the wheels, on mine at least, seems a little stuck.
I have this jacket by CK which I think works very well with a button down. Mine is midnight, but I would consider getting the same in black.
That looks pretty similar to what I've been looking at. I was trying to go cheap since its warming up and I won't wear it as much soon, and was looking at this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HB33TN1/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_AX7MCb9D4TDJ1
I normally wear between a 2E and a 4E in tennis shoes (12 4E new balance) and I bought a pair of Sorrel waterproof boots in a 12 medium and they fit great. Plenty of room in the toe box. Takes sometime to learn how to get them on and off but after like a day or two it’s fine.
Edited to add link: SOREL Men's Cheyanne II Snow Boot, Chipmunk, Black, 10 D US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0RCU0Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_FR7wCbC5VA65F