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post #73981 of 103457
Can someone explain dress shirt sizing to me? Which numbers
Roughly correspond to xs? Thinking of picking up some BB esf shirts to replace my worn out uniqlos
post #73982 of 103457

I was going to order a HM MA-1 as well, but the fit pics showed it fitting well in the shoulders, but cropped everywhere else. Unless they pop up in L so I can size up, I'm going to pass :/

post #73983 of 103457
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

Can someone explain dress shirt sizing to me? Which numbers
Roughly correspond to xs? Thinking of picking up some BB esf shirts to replace my worn out uniqlos

they're based on neck size. whats your neck size? i imagine uniqlos are 14.5 ish
post #73984 of 103457

XS is usually 13.5/32, S=14.5/33 and so on.

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If an sfer heard the utter crap I was spewing out of nervousness to the saks recruiter I would be spanked real hard.

Go on...
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If an sfer heard the utter crap I was spewing out of nervousness to the saks recruiter I would be spanked real hard.

Anybody a buyer or planner for a large retail corporation here?

I just hope you didn't say weaboo.

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LOL
post #73989 of 103457
mikey you can probably go to a Brooks Bros retail store and get measured
post #73990 of 103457
It's pouring and windy as hell!!!!
post #73991 of 103457
Good call shoreman, so used to buying everything online I didn't even think of that. Do you know if they generally stock the smallest sizes in store? I k ow some mall stores tend not to.
post #73992 of 103457
Welcome to Balenciaga by Alexander Wang.

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I actually use this approach when someone with a less developed style asks my opinion on something they love and own that I dislike. Also this thinking also helps me when I shop for others. Its like a mantra for seperating my highly creative whether you like it or not side from my bring it down to their level side--if that makes sense.

post #73994 of 103457
Mikey if we have the same torso size you'll still need the esf shirts tailored. Its a good fit in the chest but still billows in the back
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When do you guys get rid of worn denim? These are getting up there and I fear I have developed an emotional attachment
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