I have my dads figure and look quite like a linebacker. A tailor's a good option, too, if he wants to go that route.
Problem is, you can't roll into work in your weekend shorts. First off, what's your office dress code like? Are the other guys in your office wearing shorts?
I work in a corporate area, and, honestly, I rarely see men in shorts, unless it's the odd tourist who thought Midtown East was bumping at 9: That doesn't mean you can't wear shorts; it just means you have to decide how comfortable you are with them. If you've given shorts the green light, choose the right pair. A lot of retailers are now referring to the office-appropriate short as "smart shorts. My advice is to keep it simple: Boat shoes , like a Sperry Top-Sider, navy "smart shorts," a white polo, a navy blazer and a brown vintage leather briefcase is a stylish way to pull of shorts at the office.
Finally, if you're prone to sweating, beat the heat with my tips on sweatproofing your clothes. I'm 22 and have really skinny legs. So, if you find any OP, please let me know. Btw, it's also just a matter of preference. While shorter, wide-leg shorts look good on men with thick legs, I still prefer shorts to have a tapered, narrow leg opening.
Baggy shorts don't look good on anyone, but I have to admit that sometimes I still like them. But he didn't ask if anyone thought he needed a tailor, though. He asked if anyone knew of some good shorts for guys with skinny legs. Every time there's a question like this, most responses say "gain weight" or some other such nonsense. People should keep that to themselves and just focus on the question that was actually asked. Most shorts aren't made for someone that skinny though, so finding an inexpensive option without custom made or tailoring would be incredibly unlikely.
He still wears the same waist that others wear. He's just looking for longer shorts with a narrower opening at the hem. I do the same thing, minus the longer part. Basically just slim fitting shorts, instead of the regular fit that comes with most brands. Generally shorts made for younger people tend to have smaller leg openings, while those made for adults are larger.
I have some Billabong shorts that are nearly too small for my thin legs, but I haven't noticed that with other Billabong shorts. I have also tried knee-length shorts several times. If they end right above the knee, I look massively fat. What suits me slim waist, big butt and rather big thighs is high-waist shorts in an A-shape with loose fitting around the legs. I would deff add high-waisted A-shapes to the pear-list. Getting more daring and trying to buy more shorts now!
After living Singapore wearing long jeans every day …. Thank you so much for your advice. Again, thank you for the comment. Also, the apple shaped girls? If you have nothing constructive to say about this blog then go back onto Google and find a different one you like.
High-waisted short are really flattering for slim woman sorry! You can see it from the pictures, this is really pretty. I have my dads figure and look quite like a linebacker.
For the guy with a husky build, choose shorts that aren’t too wide or too tight through the leg. Best shorts for Husky Guys: You’ll want a longer inseam here to offset a broader frame. He asked if anyone knew of some good shorts for guys with skinny legs. Every time there's a question like this, most responses say "gain weight" or some other such nonsense. People should keep that to themselves and just focus on the question that was actually asked. Find mens slim leg shorts at ShopStyle. Shop the latest collection of mens slim leg shorts from the most popular stores - all in one place.