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Slimmer Guys Should Follow Eddie Redmayne's Style Trick
How to add a little bulk without spending painful hours at the gym.
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Amassing muscle isn't solely an exercise game. Genetics count too, and some of us just aren't built to carry the quads of a Greek god. Which is totally fine. Say you do want to bulk up a little, however, know that you needn't guzzle protein shakes like a gym bunny on speed. Simply follow Eddie Redmayne's lead, instead. 

During a Comic-Con panel for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald, the 36-year-old used two tricks to dress himself bulkier: layers and embroidery. The triple entente of an Oxford shirt, sweater, and jacket is an easy way to craft a thicker silhouette up-top. Plus, the addition of a simple print, in this case, an assortment of crowns, snakes and bumblebees, adds further bulk by creating shape on Redmayne's upper half. 


Keep this lesson in mind.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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