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Recently I asked myself if it`s possible to look smart in a t-shirt. The only answer I have is maybe. Maybe isn`t good enough for me lately: I`ve been spending more time on stage, in front of people and I want to feel smart. I view everything I do in life with a professional outlook. Regardless of how much I enjoy doing something I also have this feeling that it has to be treated like a job: I should be turning up and giving it my all in both effort and appearance. In short I should show that I care. Some people who have a wardrobe full of http://www.asos.com/Men/T-Shirts-Vests/Cat/pgecategory.aspx?cid=7616 can usually have a very good look. My collection of [band] t-shirts is very much me, on a day to day basis, but for some reason I now feel very much awkward wearing them on stage. Maybe I`m just having an identity crisis, I don`t know, but what I do know is that I`m finding it very hard to find a decent shirt online. I mentioned this in my first post on here, but Im odd shaped not fat, not thin just odd shaped. This makes it difficult to buy any clothing anywhere, let alone online. There are only two brands I have ever figured out my size for: Fruit of the Loom and Gildan. Although with the later its only been their Heavy Cotton range I have made the discovery in. I am a Large and a Medium, respectively. I have never figured out my size for any shirt brand, ever. What do you guys think? Is it possible to look professional enough in a t-shirt, or must you make the leap to shirts, even in the entertainment industry?