@ACraigL Correction after edit window slammed shut on my fingers.
I found what they call a “women’s fitted”, and then I looked at the size charts. They have their designation backwards to what Mediocritee does, and to what I do on my own shirt site for that matter; their “fitted” women’s cut is a normal women’s cut, identical in width to the men’s “fitted”. Their classic women’s cut is what most sites regard as “fitted”, albeit a bit large for the usual range that the term applies to. Generally, “fitted” is a term applied to the size that is trimmer than the “classic”. Theirs is exactly the other way around.
This explains something I’d been wondering about… after the fact. Anyway, their “Large classic cut women’s” is approximately equivalent to a Mediocritee XL Fitted women’s.
THIS is why so many women HATE buying clothes online.