Custom-made Clothing for Slim Man

Question from R:

Nobody makes clothes that fit slim fit guys correctly and tailoring is a real hassle because of the time and expense and quality of work done. I wear a 16.5 x 33 shirts. I have a 30-31 inch waist. Most slim shirts are not really slim. Guys don\’t want to spend a lot of time fiddling with clothes but we know they are important in business, etc. We want stuff that fits and makes us look sharp and that\’s it.

Shoulder bag

Hello everyone. I have a question concerning shoulder bags/ laptop bags. I see men wearing them either too high or too low. Is there any optimum level where the bag should finish when i hang it on my shoulder.
Thank you.

Tall/Lanky man

How should a Tall Lanky man dress? I go shopping for clothes all the time, but because of my unusual body shape, it is very difficult to find clothing that actually fits correctly. Either the shirt itself is too large or the sleeves are too short! Is there any way I can cheat this without buying custom made clothes??

Jean suggestions for relaxed thigh without being baggy

First off, hello everyone. It’s my first post here so I hope I put it in the correct spot…

I’ve recently destroyed several old pairs of jeans that served me well for quite a few years, but now that I’m trying to replace them I’m having a hard time finding options that fit me. I have a 30″ waist but a fairly muscular thigh region (soccer player) so most jeans are super tight fitting through there. (Levi’s 505s, for example, will fit perfectly around the waist but are so tight through the thigh I can’t even slide my fingers into the pockets). I’ve tried on Levis 550s, termed “relaxed tapered” which were much closer but still not quite there. Their 559’s, loose straight, great in the thigh but quite baggy around the ankles.
The 562s (“loose tapered”) look like they could work but they are a button fly–something I’d like to avoid.

Are there any options for builds such as mine? I’d prefer dark wash/contrast stitched as it best fits my wardrobe.

Thanks!