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Riandro

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T-shirt measurements
« on: 19.01.2014, 22:51:40 »

Hello fluffs,

I was wondering what the exact measurements of the T-shirts are?
I'm a girl and I'm usualy wear a medium girly.
But because these are mens shirts, I'm not sure if I should pick an M or S

Thanks,
Riandro
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Re: T-shirt measurements
« Reply #1 on: 20.01.2014, 09:46:12 »

I don't think you can go wrong with a male M then. :3
If it does happen to be too big, washing it and tumble drying it will make it fit just fine. Or at least, that's what I've gathered from people.
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Re: T-shirt measurements
« Reply #2 on: 20.01.2014, 14:55:55 »

Hello fluffs,

I was wondering what the exact measurements of the T-shirts are?
I'm a girl and I'm usualy wear a medium girly.
But because these are mens shirts, I'm not sure if I should pick an M or S

Thanks,
Riandro

Are you referring to the question for T-Shirt size in the registration system? That is just so we can roughly estimate how many we should get for each size.

You are under no obligation to actually buy the size you have put in the registration system. So you could just ask us to unpack one and hold it to your body to see if it fits. If not, we can pack it up again and sell you a different size.

Do consider that the shirts may shrink a little, so getting one that is already a very tight fit might not be a good idea.
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