I guess I've just been getting a lot of use out of the few I've sewn so far, around here and at music festival (the denim was the thing there). In the cotton knit ones, the ones I have done are: one size "m" and one "L" in the black, and one size "L" and "XL" in the brown. Size for size, the browns are a little shorter than the black. Something very good about the t-dresses is that you can layer them up. Now I'm not one to have longer under stuff visible under my outer garment, so the "L" size black is really good over the "L" size brown' which is not going to show. The necks are the same. And I did bring the neck of "XL" up to the same as the others, and did make the sleeves big. So right now, as it has cooled down a bit weather-wise, I have the brown "XL" over the other two. It's skirt is the same level as the "L" black. Underneath I have one of the "XL" double silk nightshirts and men's black bamboo singlet (both N.Z. Nature co.) Those have wider necks and I have shortened the sleeves of the silk, so they're not about to show.A very cosy and comfortable collection, but I think the denim shirt-dresses are the only ones for up the street.(HA-HA!) BUT, the other day, warmer, I had been wearing just the "L' size brown knit, and so just put the "XL" brown over the top while I consumed a few "burbs"at the end of the day. Then I decided the grog shop would still be open so I took off on foot down to get more. Still in the "XL". As I gave the bloke the money, I said I'd "have to be too drunk to serve if I came down in this". He just grinned. Outside, a woman who had been ahead of me mentioned "fancy dress", and I said "That'd be it." Actually, it would in fact be great if people did get about more in "fancy dress".