For me baby diapers are what I like to wear, I am not really big though, about a 33 inch waist. First tip I have is if the diaper does not fit you and you are about my size, you can take the tabs off of another diaper and add them for length and then it will fit. Second tip I have is: basically all diapers today are clothlike, and that takes the experience away for me, because when I was little they were more of a plastic cover, so here is what I figured out to do, buy a store brand generic diaper, you may have to try a couple different brands to find one that you like, and you can carefully remove the cloth cover from the outside of the diaper, which will reveal a plastic outer lining like the diapers of yesteryear. Just be careful to only remove the cloth off of the main part of the diaper and leave the cloth covering around the tab area to keep the tab strong. I am sure most of you know this but thought it may be helpful advice for someone who is into the retro baby diapers. You cannot do this with huggies or pampers, I think the cheaper the diaper the better.