Claustrophobic Limb Syndrome affects 89 percent of Americans, but with early detection, it is preventable. Ahead, 10 coats that eliminate both CLS and that lobster-claw pinch you have to do with your sleeve hems before shoving them into too-tight armholes.
For pretending you come from the kind of family that plays touch football after Thanksgiving instead of lying around like beached whales.
Made for Constantine/Dark Kermit cosplay.
On a slightly more serious note, when you're shopping for layer-able outerwear, look for a dropped shoulder versus loose sleeves (though both are good)—that means there's more room under the arms.
We'd put a fall jacket, perhaps with a point collar in sapphire blue, under this. #imposterinmiumiu
David Attenborough would definitely comment on that batwing.
So slouchy it doesn't matter what completely garbage outfit you wear underneath. (Until you get inside.)
No sleeves—just gaping holes—no problem.
The Revenant could've ended a lot differently if Leo had wrapped this teddy bear carcass around him instead.
Put on a turtleneck and call yourself Diane Keaton.