Hi, I'm impressed with LTS choice of clothing for tall women of all shapes. I have a 15 boy who is well over 6ft and has a waist of 30". I am finding it impossible to find any clothing to fit his build, men clothing sites seem to assume you are broad as well as tall and the prices are really high. As your customers are tall they may have tall slim lads in their lives and if so where do they get their clothes from. Have LTS ever thought of branching out into the mens sector and doing for example a 'Slim Jim' range?
What about tall skinny mem(6 posts)
I sympathise. My son who is thirteen fourteen in February is already 6ft 3ins. I can't specify here but there are some excellent tall ranges for men in the high street and fashionable as well. This is specifically a tall ladies forum/store. I expect that the powers that be have looked into it and decided it has been done elsewhere.
I just Googled "clothes for tall slim men" and dozens of options came up. Try it!
Thanks for your comments. You are right dozens of hits do come up but when you actually visit the sites they very rarely stock 30" waist, small quiet often starts at 32-34 or even 34-36". Many sites are not based in UK or the clothing is well over priced for just being a few inches longer. I'll keep looking, If anyone comes across jogging bottoms for tall slim men pleeeeese let me know, we are not after sweatshirt/jersey type we want poly/cotton ones with elastic cuffs on bottom. Our High Street doesn't seem to have the choice for tall men, perhaps I should move:D
If your son has the build of a tall, lanky supermodel, then there is no reason that he cannot shop in LTS stores directly to find a pair of jeans that would fit him better than regular "men's" jeans.
Women have been raiding their brothers', husbands', SO's etc. closets for ages in search of more "comfortable" clothes. What's good for the goose is good for the gander...
We as a society seem to have developed a hang-up about clothes where we feel compelled to label them either as men's, women's or unisex clothing...as if we could assign a sexual or gender orientation to a pair of pants, socks, or sweat shirt etc. - LOL!
Slowly, but surely, we are coming to our senses over this. Current fashion sensation Andrej Pejic, who is a genetic male, has capitalized famously on his highly androgynous appearance, and models so-called men's and women's clothes with equal aplomb. He is clearly proving that it is not what is between one's legs that should determine who can wear what - it is more a case of what actually looks best on whom, and that depends largely only on their individual body shape and size...
I wear a lot of LTS jeans and trousers as my normal male attire - I challenge anyone to actual notice the difference between normal 'male' brands and LTS brands. I find the LTS fit much better than anything I can buy elsewhere!
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