I really like these two galaxy print shirts but they're girl shirts. That part doesn't bother but I'm wondering how the fit might be?
I'm 20 and a tiny guy, sometimes wearing an extra small or small from the guys section. What size would I be in these shirts?
I tend to really push the fashion of being a guy by wearing really skinny jeans some of which are from the girls section but who cares. I'm tiny and make it work.
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Here ya go dude -- Amazon has this shirt, which is a more attractive design (better colors) and is a men's design.
It's in Asian sizing, which runs super small. Their size M is going to be somewhere between US men's sizes XS and S, most likely.
And it's cheaper (it's only about $14 with the shipping cost included).
See, there are gna be 3 potential problems if you wear a T-shirt that's designed for women:
1) Depending on yr height (and on the shirt), it may be too short for you -- you might end up with an "accidental crop top" if you ever have to reach overhead for anything.
2) Women's t-shirts have REALLY short sleeves. On a man, they tend to hit at an awkward -- and sort of effete-looking -- location in the crook between yr shoulder and biceps.
Trust me... Not a good look. If you're going to cut the sleeves off entirely then that MIGHT work -- but, otherwise, yeah, don't.
3) The single place on the whole human anatomy with the greatest RELATIVE size difference between men and women, on average -- meaning, the place where guys are bigger by the most, in *percentage* terms -- is the upper arms. The whole arms in general -- but especially the upper arms, which are as much as 50% bigger on the average dude than on the average girl.
So... not only will those sleeves have an awkward length, but they might even literally fit you like a tourniquet.