S or XS?

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S or XS?
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I am 5'6, 135 lbs and cut up. I realize that is skinny, but whenever I go to any trendy shop to buy a shirt, I can't find anything that fits me correctly. Medium is too baggy, small fit right but the sleeves are too short, XS feels really tight. What suggestions do you have?

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Re: S or XS?
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You need to get whichever shirt fits your body best. Stay away from sleeves that are too short. Which store are you shopping in? If the medium is too baggy, then either a small or medium that is fitted would be a better bet.

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I am shorter than you and go with XS if I could find it. Express sells shirts that fit to your body and if you think your shirts are too baggy you can go there.

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If you are cut up, then XS will make your body stand out a lot more.

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Tight shirts look good when you have muscle. I fit large shirts better than mediums because I have wide shoulders so I just shrink the shirts I get. Some mediums are too tight to the point of ripping.

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What brand do you shop in? Some offer an "athletic fit" that is made to fit tighter so you could probably be comfortable in a medium.