Fit and sizing
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.
I was impressed with the straight cut leg. It was very smooth over my hip.
They were ill fitting on my body so I had to return them, but I could tell that if I had the right preportions they would fit like how I always dreamed pants should fit.
I look forward to seeing more length options and waist to hip ratio options in the future!
As a dude with a short torso and wider hips, I have found all of Both& garment cuts to work extremely well for my body type. HOWEVER, The Elmo is on a whole other level of comfort and aesthetics. It fits perfectly on my arms, is the right amount loose, and hangs perfectly off my shoulders and away from my hips. Looks how I wish every hoodie did.
Fast delivery, perfect fit, feel masc af! Will be buying more!!
From the time I unpackaged this hoodie and felt how soft and substantial the material was to the time I slipped it over my head and felt it drop so comfortably over my chest (not bound) and hips I knew I was in love! I promptly went and ordered a second one in the camel colour. These will be my go to hoodies for fall and winter!
I got this hoody and put it on and started sobbing. It’s so soft it has the perfect weight to it. It clears my wide hips with a little room to spare. It makes me shoulders look broad. The neckline and hood are big enough so it doesn’t feel like it’s choking me. Hides my binder perfectly.
I have been through tireless attempts at finding pants that fit and matched the style I was going for - across all departments and styles. Marlo actually does it right - the built in padding is a genius innovation that keeps the lines straight. I've never had pants that look and fit like this! The material has enough looseness to give a relaxed look, but the material is sturdy enough to not get stretched out during wear.
I'm on the shorter side (5' 2"ish) so I have to roll them a few times to fit properly - if there's ever a "short" or "ankle" version I will be all over those. For now the rolling does the trick :) Can't wait for even more pants from Both&!
I have neverh had a t-shirt I have loved so much. I like how it sits on my shoulders and makes me feel euphoric.
I’ve never found a t shirt that fits me the way I want it to, but this gets pretty close! I love that the material isn’t clingy and that it doesn’t bunch at my hips, even after I move around/sit up and down. More than worth it, and I ordered more.
I love a good tank top, and having one that is gender affirming is is wonderful ☺️
This shirt lives up to the hype! I love the straight silhouette, the length, and the room at the hips. I just found it to run on the small side. I am usually awkwardly between a M and L in shirts made for cis men, and was recommended to get a L in the Finnegan. I found the L to be on the fitted side, which I like sometimes but other times want something looser, so I have multiple Finnegans in both a L and 1X and wear both depending on how fitted a shirt I want for particular outfits.
Duuuuuude! Love the new pants. Most expensive pants I’ve ever bought myself, yet totally worth it. They are a little stiff, but they are beginning to break in as I wear them. I wished I’d measured my rump more loosely… I recommend measuring your butt/hip area as tight or loose as you want your pants to fit :) whenever you make some jeans, I’m all over those!
Lovely material and cut. The attention to detail is fantastic. I like how the sleeve holes are smaller and make my arms look more defined.
Bought as a birthday gift for another transmasculine individual, it was an absolute rock. I tried it on my own body beforehand, and felt that it fit a little tightly, but hoped that (since my friend is taller and much thinner) it would fit on them better, and it did! The closed collar hid their binder and sports bra-- so did the smaller sleeve openings. The wider bottom left room for their hips' movements. They were very satisfied with the product.
Would definitely size at least one up for myself, and wider/thicker individuals in general. :)
This is the shirt I’ve been looking for! The style of a “mens” tank but built to fit me.
It´s very comfortable, I love the fabric and it looks really good. Love it!