When it comes to all the different styles and shapes you can choose from, the choice can be baffling, so here are some areas to consider.
T-shirts come with long, short, or mid-length sleeves, they can have capped sleeves or sleeves with two layers.
Every shape of neckline can be found in different t-shirt designs, from a simple crew neck to sweetheart, scoop, square and V-neck to off the shoulder or asymmetrical shapes. Decorative necklines are also popular, making use of buttons and other accessories.
Length and Width
Fitted t-shirts are figure hugging and create a body conscious lean look, whilst loose baggy shapes are comfy and casual. Although most styles end at the waist, longer lengths or short cropped tops create a whole different look.
T-shirt designers can make a feature out of the seams, with an 'inside out' effect, or using contrast coloured stitching or piping. Some t-shirts are even seamless. Different techniques such as a scalloped edge or a double edge can also add interest to necklines, sleeve edges and hems.
Collars and Cuffs
Traditionally a t-shirt has no collar or cuffs, but some modern versions such as the baseball style have very small collar and cuff details, often in a contrasting colour.
So, when you actually look into the subject, t-shirts come in a massive variety of shapes and styles, and it's the little details that make all the difference.