A good fit or seat is considered the most important criterion when it comes to finding the perfect T-shirt. Ironically, a fitting cut is arguably the biggest weakness of many T-shirts. Problems finding a well-fitting shirt seem to be widespread. T-shirts that fit perfectly on the chest and shoulders are then too short or too long at the hip.
Or the other way around; a shirt has exactly the right length, but is then too far or too tight around the torso. The fashion industry’s size system assumes that humans are built like identical robots in just five sizes. The standardized sizes from XS to XL do not take into account body shapes that lie between these standards.
At our site, we want to change that. In contrast to the usual standard sizes, our customers can choose length and width independently of each other. To ensure a better fit, we have optimized these width and length combinations based on consumer data. Watch out for some things like:
Fading: Colors fade out, a deep red quickly turns into pink and a light white becomes an ugly grey; all this after only a few washing scoundrels.
Loss of form: The perfectly fitting T-shirt is deformed. Poorly processed seams bring the shirt out of shape. For more go to Ken’s Christian T-Shirts.
Inlet: The M-Shirt becomes an S. And this even though the new diet has not even begun.
Lint formation: Small, annoying cotton balls form on the fabric. Very strong nodule formation also makes the fabric thinner in certain places, which also leads to holes in the medium term.