A guide for measuring t-shirts. To determine the correct size to order when buying a new t-shirt, use your best fitting t-shirt as a guide.
Lay on a flat surface and smooth out any creases. At one inch below the armhole, measure across the chest. Measuring two t-shirts will produce more accurate results.
|Inches||18 ¼||19 ¼||20 ¼||21 ¼||22 ¼||23 ¼||24 ¼||25 ¼|
The shirt is narrow by half an inch at the bottom opening in relation to the above chest measurements.
To determine shoulder measurement, lay front side down and measure straight across from left top shoulder point to right top shoulder point.
|Inches||16 ⅜||16 ⅞||17 ⅜||17 ⅞||18 ⅜||18 ⅞||19 ⅜||19 ⅞|
To determine sleeve length you will need to measure your t-shirt’s shoulder and sleeve. Measure from top shoulder point to the end of the sleeve, add this measurement to half of the shoulder measurement from from your own t-shirt to find your sleeve length.
32/33 = 33 1/2, stabilizing at 33 after launderings
34/35 = 35 1/2, stabilizing at 35
36/37 = 37, stabilizing at 36 1/2
To determine overall length, lay shirt your t-shirt on a flat surface and measure from the highest point (beside the neckband) down to the bottom hem.
|Small/Medium||24 ½||26 ½||28 ½|
|Medium/Large||25 ½||27 ½||29 ½|
|Large/X-Large||26 ½||28 ½||30 ½|
|X-Large Plus||27 ½||29 ½||31 ½|
Narrow arm and narrow waist shapes are illustrated with white lines on the left facing arm and left facing side seam.Shop T-Shirt