All given measurements are just a rough reference.
Slight deviances in the measurements are (especially in jersey and sweatshirt materials) normal and very likely as the texture is flexible, also during production the edges might sometimes shift a bit.
The cloth is measured flat, to receive the full circumference width you have to double the single width measurement.
Chest width: The distance between the lowest point of the armholes.
Length: The distance between the highest shoulder point and the hemline.
To receive a better idea if the size fits you, you can take a similar clothing from your own wardrobe and compare the measurements.
As a sample measurement reference we provide the women size S and men size M measurement.
For all other sizes you can roughly calculate your size with the following formula. For each ascending or descending size please add 3-4cm to the given width (the specific additional centimeters vary slightly per article):
Size S= 51,5cm-4cm / Size M= 51,5cm / Size L= 51,5cm+4cm / Size XL= 51,5cm+8cm / Size XXL= 51,5cm+12cm
–> Only for width measurements! For measurements in length please only add/reduce circa 1,5-2,5cm per size. For any further questions or if you are still insecure which size might fit best for you please feel free to contact us.
In most cases – yes!
Shrinkage is for the most cotton fabrics normal and very likely.
Usually the style shrinks more in the length than in the width during wash. For cotton fabrics the shrinkage amount can be 5-8% of the total fabric length, this means for a T-shirt possibly 2-4cm (depending on the T-shirt length).
To avoid too much shrinkage we recommend to wash the style with low temeparture (30-40°) and avoid tumble drying. This also helps keeping the colours fresh and the style does not fade so easily.