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What size would i be in american apparel shirts(v neck and round) and in henleys if im 6ft tall and sport built body,not buff or anything but built normally.I have a chest of 40-41inch...i do like my shirts to be fitted but not to tight or slim...im a medium( or large in most things(in zara im mostly large while in h&M i am usually medium,sometimes large(hoodys or jackets,or pants).

i have a question also for abercrombie(or hollister, im guessing im same size in both these brands right).i have one of their shorts in 32 and they fit ok,am i 32 in all shorts(no matter the year or model of shorts?)

what size would i be in their tshirt and western shirts,like i said i like somwhere more fitted or better said normal fit then to tight or too lose..
and what size wuld i be in their boxers(im guessing medium as it says it should fit w30-32?)

thnx for your answers...
post #2 of 5
Hollister and A&F sizing is a little bit different. I'm sure shorts and jeans are pretty similar but everything is different. Hollister is a little bit bigger than A&F.
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I normally wear a medium in T-shirts, but with American Apparel I had to get a Large and it still sort of feels like I'm wearing a spandex on my chest, It was like I was wearing a small. That's the only American Apparel thing I own though, so not quite sure if it's like that normally. You could always go a size bigger.... and if it doesn't fit, try shrinking it and getting a tailer to take a few inches off the bottom or something.
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Originally Posted by poiuyt123 View Post
Hollister and A&F sizing is a little bit different. I'm sure shorts and jeans are pretty similar but everything is different. Hollister is a little bit bigger than A&F.
And Hollister sizing is odd-ball, I had to buy XLs a few years back in polos and graphics. Their wovens are almost dead-on, Hollister ones fit me almost perfectly.

I have a band shirt that was printed on a AA tee and even though it's an M, it feels like an L on me.
post #5 of 5
Going to a tailor to adjust some cheap shirts in that kind of material is really bad advice.

Also the sheer summer shirts run big and you might want to size down from whatever size in AA you are going for.
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