- - Show Shirt sizes?
|EmilyandNikki ||03-06-2011 08:13 PM |
Show Shirt sizes?
So I'm wondering how to measure myself for a English show shirt? I'm not sure how to do it.
Also I can't try them on at a tack store because they are not carried regularly, they have to be ordered in due to space problems in the stores(all are small).
Also does anyone know the conversion charts for sizes? Like what would a 16 be when the sizes go up from 30 etc. (Just picked random numbers).
|upnover ||03-07-2011 12:25 AM |
Generally you go up one size from your bra size. So if you wear a 34 something you'd order a size 36 shirt. But remember that different brands are cut differently. My favorites are Essex, which tend to be pretty fitted. If you're bigger chested (which I'm definitely not!) you might want to go up another size. IMO Ariats are very boxy and I could almost go down a size. Tailored Sportsmans have a different sizing altogether. Closer to your typical dress size.
|VelvetsAB ||03-07-2011 11:02 PM |
I would be about a size 12/14...large/xlarge shirt depending on the type of tshirt...and I had to get a 42 for it to fit around my neck. Even then, it is still pretty snug. It does fit around my chest quite well with some room, and I am a 36DD. The shirt is Sterling Collection by RJ Classics, and I bought it from Equestrian Factory Outlet (Canadian store).
Just as a reference, the jacket I have is a 14R, by RJ Classics.
|EmilyandNikki ||03-10-2011 03:39 PM |
Thanks Guys! I now have some ideas on what to look for.
|Ray MacDonald ||03-10-2011 05:03 PM |
I have to say that your tiltle sounds like a tounge twister! LOL
|EmilyandNikki ||03-10-2011 06:31 PM |
I never even thought about that till I read your comment! But it's so true!
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