Everything you need to know about ordering shirts
For large events and bulk orders, we recommend ordering on a bell curve. Adjust ratios based on your audience (you'll want larger sizes at a body builder conference) but this breakdown is a good rule of thumb.
Find the fit that works for you and your audience
Slightly boxy, larger and longer sleeves, fits a little loose.
Brands in this style include Gildan, Comfort Colors, Port & Company, Carhartt.
Slimmer profile and tapered, shorter sleeves. Fits more like a shirt you would get from a retail store.
Brands in this style include District, Next Level, Bella + Canvas.
Tapered body and shorter sleeves, fits slim, doesn't hang as low as other fits.
Brands in this style include Threadfast Apparel, American Apparel.
Generally speaking, shirts either come in "unisex" or "ladies". Often, unisex is the easiest option for bulk orders, however, it's worth considering your audience.