Very true. I apologize if I'm going to somewhat generalize here, let's just say in advance that I'm a pig. I don't know what your market is, but older women (define that yourself, I want to keep my shorthairs intact) tend to like shirts with a more classic cut. That is to say, not extremely form-fitting, not something like with cap sleeves and not showing a lot of skin. Your typical "mom" is like this, for example. The younger crowd tends towards the fitted tee. If you offer clothing with a "fashion contour" then suggest to your customers who prefer a more loose-fitting shirt to order 1 size larger than normal.Rodney said:Depends on the female (age/background/tastes).
Some like babydoll shirts that show the midriff, some like just "fitted" shirts that aren't boxy like the mens/unisex shirts, and some prefer the mens styling of shirts.
I agree with this. I've seen Anvil 100% cotton jersey tees with a ladies' cut going for about $2.50 Most of the women's and specialty shirts I've seen that are good quality come in around $4 - $5 per from what I get. This seems worlds different than the prices I've seen for men's shirts... Also FYI, the term "baby doll" usually refers to a type of shirt that shows the midriff. I've stayed away from these.Rodney said:If you have a babydoll that is fitted (not necessarily super snug, just styled for women) that doesn't show the belly, then that's a pretty good overall shirt to pick if you were just choosing one style.
That's all I can think of for now.Rodney said:Maybe rabid can shed more light on this subject, since his site seems to be geared towards the ladies