« on: July 11, 2017, 01:23:14 PM »
I don't like buying clothes online unless it's t-shirts. My size has fluctuated quite a bit in the last few years, so buying a new pair of pants or even shirts can be hit or miss. I have to try things on. that being said, there is this new online clothing business called Stitch fix. They now have clothing for men as well. You simply sign up and they send you clothes. You try them on at home. If you like them and want them, you pay for them. If you don't, you send the clothes back and wait for the next shipment. However, they are a bit pricey. My wife did it once, and of course, she liked everything that came in the box (lol) and it wound up costing about $200. But it's very high quality stuff and she looked really good in the clothes.
yea that is a real big thing now. my significant other does that as well
It can get kind of expensive though. For me, I tend to gravitate toward clothing styles that I can't readily find in the store though. Such as cargo khaki pants for instance. I love cargo pants. I can use them as casual pants, work pants, and somewhat business casual pants for the office. They're not really in style anymore, but you can still get them from Amazon and other online retailers. Problem is, it goes back to the changing size thing for me. I've lost a lot of weight recently, and so my "fat man" pants no longer fit me, but I'm at a point with my weight where it's kind of an i between size. Some pants, I can weight size 33, 34, 36, even 38 if the pants run small. Problem is, that's quite a wide range of waist sizes. It's a lot of hassle to order the pants online and to turn around and ship them back. But, if I ever get to my forever size (still got about 20 more pounds to go), then maybe the lack of availability for my style will prompt me to never gain weight again lol!