Daughter wears a large women’s shirt, bought an XL based on recommendation. She says it looks like a women’s small, though it’s labeled XL. Buy really big, I guess. My daughter is giving the shirt to her tiny 11 year old niece. Other than a gross size problem, she really liked the shirt.
Was the shirt sized differently from the sizing chart? On every shirt’s page is a link to the sizing chart.
Vanity sizing over the past two decades means sizing is merely suggestive – and that applies for both men and women. The sweater I’m wearing this morning is a size small; I normally wear an AA men’s large a little loose.