Look at the link - if you want a Le Tigre shirt from bluefly.com, you had better be at least a medium. No smalls in stock. I'm a reasonable person, and I work for a retail products company, so I know that retailers can be out of stock occasionally. But no smalls? At all? I mean, I'm not medium, I'm small. American retailers do not care about men who wear smalls. They don't like to make shirts with a 14 1/2 neck, they don't like to sell suits in a 36 Short, they just have a lousy selection of clothes if you are not a stereotypical 5'9" male. Armani to Zegna, it is tough to find your size.
I have not been able to find a suit I really love since Napolean's Closet in Birmingham closed. That place was amazing - if you needed a Burberry suit in a 34S, they had it. If you were taller than 5'8", they couldn't help you. Awesome store. I went into Banana Republic last week and they told me if I wanted a 3-button refined linen blazer in "Tobacco," I would have to get it online, because they do not carry the 36S's in the stores. Well, I just looked, and they do not make the 36S, period.
I am frustrated to the point where I want to start having clothes custom made - the only problem being that I am not the kind of wealthy dude who can go get clothes custom made. There is no room in my life for $2800 Brioni suits and $120 dress shirts, minimum order 6. I also don't have the opportunity to get them made more inexpensively in Hong Kong or Buenos Aires. Frankly, I am bummed about this.