If you sell American Apparel shirts and do not offer your customers larger sizes – then you are not appealing to your customers in a positive way. (0)
Published on March 24th, 2008. By The TaddictGeneral
Most of us learn the hard way that when you buy a fitted tee like the American Apparel brand that you need to go one size up
unless you want to look like you can’t afford a shirt that fits. The guys at Design by Humans even recommend going one size up if you are between sizes due to the sizing. I am by no means a large person and usually I can wear XL in most brands, but if I buy anything from the beloved dbh or most recently threadless (due to their custom brand) it needs to be a 2xl because of shrinkage. So this post is to those shops that only go from sizes small to extra large – make more sales, please your customers, offer 2XL. We all come in different sizes and I do not think having a 2XL size is much to ask.