Anonymous asked: Waistline expansion as you sit down. Shoulder & upper back expansion as you reach forward. These things happen whether you're fat or not and if you're wearing a shirt as tight as Mr. Marzotto there, you'll have restriction of movement. That's it.
Ok - from my experience I disagree.
Anonymous asked: G'Day MA.... Fantasic TUMBLR.... In regards to your most recent post regarding shirts from PTO, what is the tie you are wearing? It's a cracker!
It’s an old sample from PJohnson’s first run of grenadines.
The final product is available on their website:
I own a recent self edge grenadine example from PJT, and it’s a significant improvement on the original sample - so you will not be disappointed.
Anonymous asked: A skin tight shirt might work if you're all skin and bones. Once you start hitting the gym as you suggest, you'll realize that you need room in your shirts to move and breathe. Fitted is good, skin tight is not.
The shirt wasn’t skin tight to begin with. It was also a comment on losing fat not gaining muscle.
I loosely read an article this AM on Put This On regarding “Skin tight shirts,” that you can’t sit down, eat or exhale. I normally don’t pay attention to PTO’s instructional write ups but I couldn’t help but chuckle at this. If a fitted shirt doesn’t look good on you, quit blaming the shirt and go to the gym. #PJT