Fit & Style Guide

Classic Fit (Sometimes called Standard Fit) T-shirts

Classic/Standard fit features a generic construction that tends to be boxier and roomier, lacking the tailoring and tapering of their retail/fashion and slim fit counterparts. This style is a more forgiving look for guys and gals that are a bit heavier set, curvy or "fluffy" :). 

Retail Fit (Sometimes called Fashion Fit) T-shirts

Also simply referred to as “fitted” or contoured, this cut has been designed to contour to the body a bit more closely, with less bagginess and more form-fitting lines around the shoulders, arms, and torso. The arms have a slightly snugger fit and the sleeve length tends to be shorter. Although stlightly fitted, this is still a very easy look for most body types to wear. 


The slim fit T-shirt has a quite narrow, tighter fit that looks more modern and hugs tightly to the body. This is a style that is not easily worn for those who are heavier set. The look can be unforgiving. To successfully wear this style, when one is a bit curvy or "fluffy", you should order 1 size up for a body conforming fit, 2 sizes up for a looser fit. 


A Note on Unisex Style:

Unisex adult sizing falls somewhere between men’s and women’s traditional sizing. So, a unisex large would be bigger than a woman’s large but smaller than a men's large. It is always helpful to read reviews to get an idea of a particular manufacturer’s unisex styling or look at actual measurements if you need specifics. Don’t let the neutrality of these shirts scare you. After all, we all want the same amazing feel and relaxed look, and these shirts are designed for the average Joe or Jane and fit the broadest spectrum of body types.

2 Updated 3 Style Guide to Wise jester A
How to measure a t-shirt.png

Lay a tee on a flat surface and be sure to smooth it out. If you are using your favorite comfy tee, make sure it has not shrunk or stretched out over time.


Width- Measure under the arms of the sleeves, at the fullest part of the chest. 

Length- Measure starting at the collar of the shirt and down to the bottom of the hem. 

This process is the same for a long or short sleeve tee.