Measure Your Body (For Suits)

For suit measurements, follow each of the steps below, please have someone help you take these measurements using a soft measurement tape.


Measurements can be taken in inches or in centimetres and is saved in our database. You can use the same measurements for future orders.


Precautions to be followed while measuring yourself


When measuring yourself, make sure that the tape is always held flat against the body. Curled up tapes do not provide the precise measurements. It should be held tightly that it does not droop and at the same time it should not be too tight that it restricts your normal movement.


All measurements should be taken to the nearest quarter (.25) inch.


Do not add or subtract any measurements. We will adjust the fit based on your selected preferences and the built of your body. We will give the allowances in the measurements accordingly.


If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our experts will guide you to take the measurements.

Chest

Measure from around the largest part of your chest, making sure your posture is relaxed and ensuring there's room for one finger behind the tape. Tape should be level and not too tight.

Stomach

Measure around your stomach, ensuring the tape is inline with the belly button and there is room for one finger behind the tape. Tape should be level all around and not too tight.

If you have a belly, measure it at the widest point and do not suck it in. Note that you should not enter your pants waist size here.

Waist

Measure circumference around your waist (on the skin), at the height you intend to wear your pants. Adjust for the desired snuginess whilst ensuring there’s room for one finger.



Hips

Measure around the hip and buttocks at the widest point ensuring there is room for one finger behind the tape. Tape should be level and not too tight.

Sleeve

Place one end of the tape measure on the corner point where the sleeve meets the shoulder down to where you want the cuff to finish. Keep the arm straight and bring the tape down to where you want the sleeve to end, this should be 1.5cm past the joint of the wrist.

It is very important that you use this same corner point for both your Arm and Shoulders measurement as the two are closely related.

Jacket Length

Measure from the highest point of the shoulder (near the neck), along the front of your body, to where you want the jacket to end. Stand up in a relaxed posture.

Trouser Length

Measure from the top of the waistband, down the outer seam, all the way to the bottom of your trousers. This should be about 1cm above the floor if you are bare foot.

Inseam

Measure from the bottom of the crotch of your trousers to the bottom of your trousers.

Crotch

Measure from the front middle waistband, between your legs and then up to the top of back middle waistband. Adjust this to the height you want the crotch of your trousers to sit.

Thigh

Measure around the widest part of your thigh, keeping the tape level all around and with one finger behind the tape.

 Bottom

Measure the cuff width of your trousers at the bottom.

 

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