'Fits perfectly': You can create a custom T-shirt at Amazon — and it's just $25

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Get a tee that's specially designed for you. (Photo: Amazon)
Get a tee that's specially designed for you. (Photo: Amazon)

A good T-shirt is a must for every wardrobe. You can dress it up or down, layer it under a jacket or sweater, or just wear it as-is. But there's a lot of variety within the world of T-shirts, and finding one that feels right for you is crucial.

Enter the Made for You Custom T-shirt. This shirt is specially customized to fit your measurements and preferences, so no more dealing with annoying baggy tees that hang down to your knees or ones that are just on the wrong side of tight. 

Shop it: Made for You Custom T-shirt, $25, amazon.com

The company uses 3D technology to get your height, weight and other measurements, along with two photos of yourself to create the perfect-for-you look. It's like having your own tailor, without the hefty price tag. Even better: You can do it all, without having to leave your place. 

You'll be thrilled with the results. (Photo: Amazon)
You'll be thrilled with the results. (Photo: Amazon)

Shop it: Made for You Custom T-shirt, $25, amazon.com

Here's how it works: You get measured using the Made for You app, enter your details, and take two photos of yourself. You then choose the features you're after in a T-shirt: the fabric, fit, neckline, sleeve length, shirt length and color. Been hunting for a crimson red short-sleeve V-neck? No problem! Want that same look in a long-sleeve scoop-neck? Done!

You can preview your creation before you purchase it with the app's virtual try-on technology. Once you're ready, go ahead and purchase your custom tee. It'll arrive at your doorstep in a few days. 

Get a perfect fit, every time. (Photo: Amazon)
Get a perfect fit, every time. (Photo: Amazon)

Shop it: Made for You Custom T-shirt, $25, amazon.com

People rave in the reviews about the results. "I have a 'hard to fit' body type....meaning, I've got a self-inflicted big belly," one five-star fan said. "Most T-shirts I wear are either too tight or too baggy and always too short. I was skeptical about this shirt since I have used another service that does camera phone measurements and the fit was way too baggy. I got a V-neck, shorter sleeves, longer length with the standard fabric. It not only fits perfectly but the fabric is really soft."

A fellow fan said that the"fit is perfect" on their tee. "Measurements were a snap using the app, once I got the hang of it. Fit is absolutely perfect and fabric feels high quality," they said. "I liked the fact you can personalize the tag as well. Ordered another one right away."

These tees are perfect for layering. (Photo: Amazon)
These tees are perfect for layering. (Photo: Amazon)

Shop it: Made for You Custom T-shirt, $25, amazon.com

Another satisfied user said the Made for You Custom T-shirt is the "coolest clothing purchase experience ever." They added, "Perfect plus size fit on my first try! I never imagine it would work, but I have to tell you my digital images were spot on with my odd plus sized body shape including my wide-set chest! I really hope this Made For You line expands to other apparel as well! As a plus size shopper who shops exclusively online for clothing this has been the best fit experience I have ever had."

Don't go through another day settling for T-shirts that just aren't right: Get a tee that's specially made for you.

Shop it: Made for You Custom T-shirt, $25, amazon.com

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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