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If the sleeve covers the heel of your hand, it is too long. If the sleeves constrict your movement, they are too tight.
If the sleeve ends above the wrist bone, it is too short. The proper size will fit close, but can still accommodate a watch. If the shirt goes beyond your crotch, it is too long.
If you can easily fit your hand to the button cuff, it is too loose. The proper size will let your fingers fit between your neck and the collar. The proper width will fit closely without restricting movement.
If the torso is too tight, it will cause the buttons to strain. A perfect fit will sit close to the body with a clean drape. For more great style tips, check out the Personal Image System podcast.
A collar that is too large will leave a noticeable gap. A proper fit will end a few inches below the belt line. If the sleeves are sagging, that means they are too loose.
The proper sleeve length will just cover the wrist bone. If the cuff fits tightly around the wrist, it is too small. If the collar is too small, it will feel constricting around your neck.
Shirts and blouses
The perfect fitting shoulders will end where the arms meet the shoulders. If the shirt barely covers your belt line, it is too short.
If the torso is too loose, it will cause billowing around your waist.