Originally Posted by MAnton
I am used to shirts having at least two size parameters, and sometimes three.
I would like two or three as well, but those euros settle for much less. Just glancing at the German ebay, for instance, shows their dress shirts listed by neck size, but arm length may be noted as longer or shorter -- that's it. Specific arm lengths in dress shirt sizing is apparently one of our unique Freedoms, but I think younger guys are increasingly accustomed to buying dress shirts sized like American casual shirts J Crew dress shirts are now sized S, M, L. Same with H&M and Polo Rugby. I'm not saying that this is good. I'm just noting that it is happening. Shirt sizing may go the way of sock sizing in the end.