Fit & Sizing
How we designed our fit system
Our fit system
Raised collar covers
Slimmed sleeve creates
a minimal profile
Subtle A-frame shape
creates better fit
Narrowed shoulder width
fits snugly around
chest and shoulder
Reduced body length
Shorter inseam and
creates a true
The entire fashion industry is build around the ‘average’ proportions of cisgendered bodies.
That means that no matter how well-intentioned brands are with their messaging or representation in marketing, no real innovation been made, and the clothing doesn’t fit.
If you’re an AFAB, masc presenting person, you don’t need ‘permission’ to shop from the men’s section. You need clothing designed for your body, that creates square shapes and helps you feel gender joy.
We’ve spent the last two years compiling the data to do just that.
We’ve perfected the proportions of our shirts to have:
- A shorter torso
- A narrower shoulder
- More room around the hips
- A well-fitted sleeve, and
- A raised collar to hide binders
As well as tested dozens of different fabrics to find the perfect blend that is heavy enough to hold structure, while still being soft and super comfortable to wear.
We also do our best to offer as many resources as possible for you to understand how our shirts fit. Every product has a fit guide and size guide available on the product page. We also have a video with a founder Finn discussing how to understand fit and sizing available here.
Most importantly, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send us an email or use the chat.