Men’s Dress Shirt And Casual Shirt Size Chart
|Size||Avg. Neck Size||Avg. Sleeve Length|
|M||15-16.5″||32/33, 34/35, 36/37″|
|L||16.5-17.5″||32/33, 34/35, 36/37″|
How do I know my dress shirt size?
Dress shirts rely on two measurements, neck size, and sleeve length. The neck size appears first, and increases by half inches range from 13″ to 19″. The second number is the sleeve length.
How dress shirt sizes work?
When looking at dress shirt size the first number on the size tag refers to the neck size, the second number to the sleeve length. As an example a shirt marked “15 ½ 32/33” would mean the man wears a 15 ½ inch neck size and a 32 or 33 inch sleeve length.
How do you pick the right size shirt?
How to Find your Perfect T-shirt Size!
- Step 1: Choose your type –
- Step 2: Measure Your Chest. You’ll need to measure the fullest part of your chest to get the proper measurement.
- Step 3: Measure Your Length.
- Step 4: Measure Your Waist.
- Step 5: Look at the Size Chart.
What does shirt size 15.5 mean?
15.5 = Medium. 16 = Medium – Large. 16.5 = Large. 17 = Large – Extra Large.
What does shirt size 40 mean?
If you see size 40 in a shirt’s tag/label/sticker, this means that the length of the collar is 40 cm. Similarly, size 42 means, the length of the collar is 42 cm. A size 40 shirt from one brand may have 42 inches chest length, and for another brand, it may have 44 inches chest length.
How do I know my size?
Take your measurements
- Bust. Measure under your armpits, around your shoulder blades, and over the fullest part of your bust.
- Waist. Measure around your natural waistline.
- Hip. The hip should be measured around its fullest part (about 8 inch.