Yes, all cotton shrinks but ring spun doesn't as much as 100% cotton. If you don't want it to shrink then when you get it out of the washer DON'T put it in the dryer and let it air dry. IMPORTANT: This only makes it shrink less, it still will shrink some. I always order one size bigger if its cotton and let it shrink to my size. Hope this answered your question. God Bless!
It just depends on how much cotton is in this shirt. If you want to shrink it, put it in the dryer for like 20 minutes and it might help a little bit. I also heard use a spray bottle and make the shirt damp and then put it in the dryer for 15 minutes. This only works with 100-50 percent cotton shirts
Unless it's pre-shrunk, clothing that's 100% Pima cotton shrinks. The most shrinkage occurs with warm water washing, and machine drying. The least shrinkage occurs with cold water washing, which is more energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly, and with non-machine drying such as on a clothes line outside or on a hanger in the house.