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Are these sizes accurate in re: chest/waist width? According to the size chart, a small would be just about right for me whereas everything else in life I buy is L or XL.
Phrastus
The sizing chart for this event is actually garment measurements, not body measurements.
TomasV
What's odd to me is the word "width" for the waist and chest measurements, which must in fact be circumference for those numbers to make any sense.
I'm not a tailor. For all I know that is normal for garment measurements, but it definitely is not accurate based on what "width" means in general use.
Um do the dimensions seem cartoonish to anyone else here? Maybe if I'm looking for a parachute lol
Been very pleased with price and delivery of known brand stuff (Seiko Watches, Mondaine clocks) so guess that 1) clothes are something to steer clear of if NOT known brand and 2) never really a good idea to buy clothes (that need to fit!!) that can't be tried on. That last is a given.
Did they purposely mismatch the pockets on the Harper and Tyler shirts? They look ridiculous.
Mikeymusic
Was that a clue for the unwary, do you think?
Received a few days ago and just ran it through the dryer to shrink it. It shrank quite a bit but the S size is still waaay too baggy. Just like user flyinglotus1983 noted in his comment, the cut is strangely tight-ish near armpit area, but VERY baggy near torso area. It's cut well for people with quite large bellies I guess? I'm 5'9 and 165 pounds and the S is too baggy/large even after the shrinking.
Shipped on 22 December, delivered on 29 December in New Zealand. That is pretty good service from Massdrop and DHL.
These seem to be a 'husky' cut, no? The Small's dimensions are more like a standard Large.
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Scott
I'm a true-to-fit Medium by U.S. standards, for button-down shirts. Or a 'Large' or 'XL' for Chinese or Asian shirts. From the measurements described in the drop, I'm a 'Small'. I'd agree with @Scott that these shirts seem to run a bit baggy. That's worrying because if I wanted a baggy fit, I could run down to Wal-Mart or Target and get a shirt for half the price. I spend considerably more on average from better brands like John Varvatos, Lucky Brand, Express, Untuckit, and J Crew, for the fit. not the quality.
I'm going to gamble and join the drop because I'm a sucker for an untucked-length 'slim' shirt, and when it's right, it's awesome. It's definitely a gamble because there are no pictures of it on a model, and the sizing seems baggy, and there's zero information on any other website to confirm the fit. If it fits badly, I will absolutely write an update in this drop. If Massdrop and/or Threadlab wanted to put our collective minds at ease in the future, then provide pictures of the clothes being worn and include other important details, just like the other drops in this section.
Update 12/29/2017: Not satisfied at all with this shirt. It's way too baggy in certain areas, and way too tight in other areas. Horribe fit. The front pocket is way too big (like clown clothes big). Quality of the material isn't indicative of the purchase price. This will be my last clothes purchase on Massdrop. Purchasing from a store where I can try things on seems more logical.
flyinglotus1983
Much appreciate the review/update. Consolations on the result, but we salute you who have gone before us
I'm 6" 225lbs. Should I get the XL?
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Shorter button-down shirts are great if you're not tucking them in. Otherwise good luck getting to your back pockets without lifting the flap, haha. Typically button-downs are waaay longer than they need to be so that they don't come untucked, to the point where they look stupid if you don't tuck them in. My favorite button-down shirt of all time is Untuckit brand and all they make is 'slim fitting and shorter'.
I'm not sure about larger builds at all, but these shirts are great for normal and slim builds. YMMV.
flyinglotus1983
Makes sense. Thanks