Continuing to say "open to criticisms" and "wanting to improve" isn't exactly the message you send when you tell people to "talk shit post fit". Selling the stuff that doesn't fit you—and sorry, none of it does—will give you a budget that goes much farther with brands that work with bigger dudes. Americana, workwear, it really doesn't matter as long as the garments are made to fit your body type. "Construction and design" mean nothing when the frame you're putting on far exceeds what the garment was constructed and designed for. I know we all want to be the 5'5" 120lb techninjas with trust funds we see on Instagram but life doesn't work out that way.