I like shirts, I really do, and I've also been told that they look good on me. There are a couple of things, though, that keep me from wearing them more than once or twice every two months, and that's just when I really need to, due to an obligation or event: 1. The fabric of dress-shirts makes me feel... uncomfortable (apparently it just doesn't sit well with my skin), and 2. The fact that no matter what size I get them in, (mind you, I'm a tall guy), they always feel like they're pulling, and stretched, until they're untucked from my pants and my whole look gets messed up and well... messy!
So, given the aforementioned facts, imagine my excitement when I came across these today on CoolHunting. Apparently these great looking shirts by Outlier are designed to allow more flexibility. At least much more from what the expected target group of the dress-shirt wearers (bank clerks, lawyers, accountants, oh and Diane Keaton) would need it to allow. And trust me, I need that extra flexibility "real estate", I do move a lot. However, the price tag ($120 excl. shipping & handling) does feel kinda heavy for someone who would want to buy more than two of these... (Excitement killer here) (via)