You’ve started a brewing company that’s grown into a household name. People love your brews so much that you’ve decided to make shirts as a way to share in the pride you all have. The tricky part is that people come in all shapes and sizes. How are you going to make a shirt that looks good on everyone? The good news is enough cuts and fits exist for you to find what works best for your brand. In this post we go into detail about shirt sizing and fit.
The term Unisex in the garment world means that it will fit most “everyone, male or female. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it will be flattering. With current trends in fashion, most people are looking for a slim-fitted look. Unisex shirts will be slim and fitted on some, mostly men, but they will not be slim and fitted on women. Let’s face it, men and women are built differently, so doesn’t it make sense that clothing is built differently for men and women? Most people want garments specifically cut for their fit, and most, if not all garment manufacturers know this and make a “Unisex” (or men’s cut) shirt and a Women’s cut shirt. Read on to see how unisex shirts fit!
The 6 most popular Unisex soft style ring spun cotton shirts in the printing world are listed below, along with their women’s equivalent.
American Apparel 2001 – Unisex (Men’s Cut) vs. AA 2102 – Women’s Equivalent
Anvil 980 – Unisex or Men’s Cut vs. Anvil 880 (Women’s)
Canvas 3001 – Unisex or Men’s Cut
Gildan 64000 – Unisex or Men’s Cut vs. Gildan 64000L (Women’s)
Next Level 3600 – Unisex or Men’s Cut vs. NL 3300L (Women’s)
Tultex 0202 – Unisex or Men’s Cut vs. Tultex 0213 (Women’s)
In the current market, especially for up and coming indie brands, people are wanting to appeal to as much of their demographic as possible, so why not print on Men’s and Women’s cut shirts? At Threadbird, this is not a problem. If you are wanting to print a design on both Men’s and Women’s cuts, we will be happy to help you put that together. All you need to do is print at least 12 of each style. Feel free to send us an email at email@example.com if you have any questions, or if you would like to get an estimate started!