Measurements should be taken over normal indoor clothes, such as shirt or trousers.
Ensure the tape measure fits snugly but not tightly.
The Chest is measured along the line (CH) all the way around. Some clients will find it easier to check the label in their suit jacket.
The Shoulder is measured along the line (S), from shoulder tip to shoulder tip.
The Sleeve Length is measured from point (N to S to C). Point N is the centre seam on the inside of the jacket neck.
The Jacket Length is measured from Point (N), the centre seam on the outside of the jacket neck to the bottom of the jacket (T).
The Front (F) is measured from the inside neck to the point of the waistcoat which is 3.5 inches over the waist band of the trouser.
The Chest (CH) is measured along the line all the way around.
The Waist (W) is measured along the line all the way around.
The Waistcoat Length is measured from the centre back of the neck to over the waistband of the trousers (N to T).
Measure and then double for all the way round to get an accurate size of the garment. Again some clients will find it easier to check the label in the suit trouser.
Lay the trousers down on a flat surface, face up. Use your hands to spread the pants out flat, with the waistband buttoned at the front and the fly zipped close. The front of the waistband should lay directly on top of the back of the waistband. Measure across the top of the waistband (W) from one side of the pant to the other.
Trouser Inseam Length
Lay the trousers flat on their sides, so that the legs are folded along the front and back creases. Fold the top leg up over the waistband, making the bottom of the crotch visible. Use your hands to straighten out and flatten the bottom pant leg. The inseam length is measured from the bottom of the crotch (L) where the inseams meet, down the inside of the leg to the bottom of the leg opening.
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Size Conversion Chart
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