Love the shirt, in for one.
American Woman sizes are freaking ridiculous. Go up a size, at least. I ordered 2 women's XLs and I can't wear them (well, I could, but I like to be able to breathe and not feel like I'm wearing a corset unless, you know, I'm actually wearing one*). Now it's all Men's XL for me, which are actually cut like 1000000x larger.**
I know the page warns you to go up a size, but I didn't think it would be THAT small on me, based on the women's measurements. And why no women's XXL, woot? Where's the love for women who are, as the Commodores so passionately put it, "a brick house"? Nowhere. NOWHERE.
In our sizeist society, it does not surprise me that I cannot purchase t-shirts in the appropriate size from any random vendor, but you are woot. It would have made sense if the printing on the shirt was crappy, or the design was off-centered, or there was a logo saying WOOT.COM in giant letters across the back. But I expected them to be FUNCTIONAL.
I got none of the above. The two (possibly 3, I can't remember and 1 of them hasn't shown up yet) shirts I ordered in women's XL I would be proud to wear to any occasion that allowed for a t-shirt. But I can't--at least not without causing a traffic accident.
Why in the world does American Apparel cut their women's t-shirts to ridiculously tiny sizes? You could put a woman's medium on an 6 year old boy and it would fit. I don't think my women's XL will even fit my 14 year old brother.
Move vendors or GET BIGGER SIZES, woot!
* No, no pictures. Yes, I typically wear a woman's XL, and have run into NO problems ordering that size in the past.