Shirt Size Guide
Since we print on American Apparel shirts and AA is known for being a little wacky with their sizes - we decided to give you kids a size guide to help you pick the more appropriate size for yourself when ordering your shirts!
We currently print on 5 different American Apparel shirt models, listed below:
This shirt runs a bit tight, so if you like your shirts a little baggier, we would suggest going a size up. If you don't mind the tightness - stick with your normal size.
These shirts run very tight, so again, if you don't want to be wearing a skin tight t-shirt, go a size up.
These are the shirts that it seems most people have trouble gaging in size. This is mostly to do with the fact that it is a unisex shirt so it is loose-fitting, which isn't a problem for the guys, but it is for the girls.
****Girls - We highly, highly, highly suggest you go a size DOWN when ordering these shirts. If you are usually a medium, go small. If you are usually a small, go extra-small (we just added that option because some of you really need it).
Guys - You should be fine ordering your normal size, unless you want your shirt to be tight-fitting, in which case we'd say go down a size as well.
Guys - You should be fine with your normal size, they might even hang a bit loose.
These tanks are tight-fitting and will hug whatever curves you have ladies, so keep that in mind while ordering. If you like your tanks looser, then you might want to go a size up. Otherwise, stick with your regular size.
One Size Fits All! Hooray!