Men’s Fashion Is Still Seriously Lacking In Plus-Size Inclusivity

When Tevin Evans dies, he wants to be buried in a Dolce & Gabbana suit. He’d prefer to wear one while he’s alive — but he’s never been able to find one in his size.

The average American man stands at about 5 feet 9 inches, has a 40-inch waist, and a Body Mass Index of around 30 percent. For clothing, he’ll likely fit in a 40×32 pant, size large T-shirt, and a size 10.5 sneaker. But for anyone larger, including the 34.1 percent of overweight men in the U.S., the options are limited. Read more at Input.