Thanks for posting all that info up Applky! Gitman Vintage and Ashland sizing has a more dramatic size scale than Epaulet. There's a larger difference between sizes. So generally: XS Gitman Vintage / Ashland is signifcantly smaller than Epaulet XS Small Gitman Vintage / Ashland is about the same as an Epaulet Small Medium Gitman Vintage / Ashland is a bit larger than an Epaulet Medium. Pretty much right in-between an Epaulet Medium and Epaulet Large Large Gitman Vintage / Ashland is much bigger than an Epaulet Large. Close to an Epaulet XL If you take a small in Gitman Vintage, then I'd recommend a Small in our shirts. Our armholes are deeper and our cut is a little more athletic, so it typically works. But as Applky said, you'll LOVE the fit of our Ashland by Epaulet shirts. We've got a new collection of those coming in the next 4-6 weeks. Fit is one-to-one with GV. I would go with your waist measurement. We have guys with very thin legs buy the rivet chinos reguarly, and I've never seen them fit baggy on anyone. They're a slim chino by any measure - you can see how well they fit NYR in the pics above. If you want a really slim leg then I'd recommend getting the Walt cramerton. The leg's a bit slimmer than the chino to begin with, and you can have it tapered more if you like. I've seen customers taper their Walts into true cigarette pants, and it's pretty cool! Dude! As punk rock as the muttonchops were, I have to say, I really dig the semi-clean-shaven look. You've still got some George Michael-Father Figure stubble going there. And that sweater fits you perfectly!