As a new customer to State and Liberty, I reached out to them shortly after my first purchase raving about their athletic fit dress shirts. My email contained pure jubilation that I found their company and I thanked them for filling a huge void in my life by providing dress clothes for bodybuilders like myself. In turn, they asked me to write a blog post about my experience as a bodybuilder and finding a properly fitting dress shirt - which I was happy to do.
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The traditional bodybuilder uniform has always been sweat-drenched, muscle-clinging workout clothes: usually, something like gym shorts, a T-shirt, or tennis shoes. But once a bodybuilder steps outside of the gym, what exactly should they wear, especially if they're heading anywhere with a more formal dress code? Do they have any options that aren't made by Nike or Under Armour? Formalwear options for muscular, V-shaped, jacked, or just plain swole men have always been very limited — until now. Brad Poppie is the founder and creator of Bradley Allen Apparel , a formal clothing line specifically made for anyone with a muscular, V-shaped body type. Poppie, who has been lifting since he was in eighth grade, was tired of pulling a Hulk and ripping out of the tight, ill-fitting button-up shirts sold in stores. When Poppie attempted to go a size up, dress shirts just looked too baggy or poorly tailored for his broad-shouldered, thin-waisted frame. It never fit well. For Poppie and his fellow bodybuilders, confidence wasn't necessarily at its highest when it came to the limited clothing options for occasions like weddings, dinners, or nights out.
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Finding the right clothes for your body is an important part of feeling confident. Having a lot of muscles can make clothes shopping a bit tricky. Where do you start? How do you find the best fit? Your body makes the statement for you.
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