APC Top (not jeans) Sizing

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jsp514, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. jsp514

    jsp514 Well-Known Member

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    PC jean sizing has been studied and discussed extensively here. But how about its sizing for tops, i.e. t-shirt & sweater? I don't understand what seems to be the French sizing, from 1 to 4 and cannot find the information on the APC website. Also say, 2 corresponds to M, then how true to size is it?

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  2. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    PC Tops Sizing:

    1= Small
    2= Medium
    3= Large
    Blah Blah Blah

    APC tops are not tight but they are more or less fitted, so I would recommend by going with your usual size.
     
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    parachutes Senior member

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    generally what BM wrote is true, but i have found a ggod amount of APC tops to be as misleading as their jeans in terms of size labeling. i would personally recommend trying them on if you have the chance.
     
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    generally what BM wrote is true, but i have found a ggod amount of APC tops to be as misleading as their jeans in terms of size labeling. i would personally recommend trying them on if you have the chance.

    Agreed. I've tried on a couple of their shirts and jackets on before, and they seemed to run a bit bigger.
     
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    moosy Senior member

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    APC Tops Sizing:

    1= Small
    2= Medium
    3= Large
    Blah Blah Blah

    APC tops are not tight but they are more or less fitted, so I would recommend by going with your usual size.


    Don't forget:
    0= xsmall (which is not that small)
     

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