What do numbers on shirt size mean?

Here’s the scoop: The first number on the size tag refers to the neck size and the second number is the sleeve length. So a shirt size “15 34/35” means that the neck is 15 inches and the sleeve is between 34 and 35 inches.

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.

Is Size 15.5 shirt a small?

Measurements. We measure our shirts the traditional way, using collar sizes, so you will see our shirts quoted in inches – 15″ (small), 15.5″ (medium), 16.5″ (large) and 17.5″ (extra large).

Is a 17 inch neck big?

In most people, a neck size greater than 16 or 17 inches is a sign of excess fat in the neck area. This may contribute to crowding and narrowing of your breathing tube, making obstruction or blockage of your airway while you sleep all the more likely.

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Is 2X same as XXL?

An XXL is generally the largest size in Misses clothing (very rarely do you see misses/straight sizes in a 20). An XXL fits like a 1X in my experience. An XXL is NOT the same as a 2X. As a result, I’ve finally entered into the larger of the Misses sizes and can wear both plus and straight sized clothes.

Which size is big M or L?

“M” (medium), “L” (large), “XL” (extra large), “XXL” (extra extra large).

What are number sizes?

US women’s wear sizing uses numbers such as 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and so on. European equivalent uses numbers more related to the actual body measurements such as 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. Numeric sizing is commonly used for clothing made of woven fabrics in specific fit essential styles.