SusanMN - 10 days ago, Verified purchaser
First, it's important to note that I'm female and that will impact the fit portion of my review. Target did us ladies dirty this year by offering mostly cropped shapes and/or novelty materials, primarily in pastel shades. That only meets the needs of a fraction of the market. So, I was glad to see these hoodies in the guy's section. They're well made, a nice weight (not thin or heavy), soft enough, and come in a nice variety of colors. I ended up buying four. They wash up great. I mainly air dry my clothing, and when they're about 90% dry, I toss them in the dryer on low for a short while on low to finish things up. Less fading and pilling that way, plus helps avoid shrinkage. I note this because if you throw them in on high for an extended period of time, your results may or may not be different from mine. As far as fit, I'm just a hair under 5'8" and have an hourglass build (wider at the shoulders, hips, and bust, narrower in the waist), my arms and legs are a little longer than average. I have a bit of extra weight, but it's evenly distributed. Normally, I'm a woman's large, sometimes medium or extra large, depending on the brand and style. For these, to get a comfortable, slightly relaxed fit, I went with an extra large. I've got plenty of room in the waist and a bit in the chest, but my hips and shoulders don't have a ton of extra room. A little long in the arms, but not by much. I know that this is meant for men, but I note this because body shapes vary for everyone, and some men may have broadness in these areas.... and of course for any women who are looking at these for themselves, too. If you're more "ruler" shaped or your build is more narrow, sizing up won't probably be needed, but I noticed some of the guy reviewers who have wider shoulders or who are more stocky noting this was too fitted for them, even when sizing up. As far as the colors, they're great and pretty accurate to the photos, though the names themselves aren't that accurate. The "brown" leans a bit towards a rust (definitely warm toned), and the "burgundy" is more of a warm red (same as the photos) and is actually labeled chili on the tag. The blue is closer to a dark teal blue --- it's a great color. I also bought the standard black. While I didn't buy the "green" or "orange," I did see them at the store... and as they look online, green is tan/khaki color and the orange is a gold. Hope that helps for those interested in colors or who have color blindness.