Men's Measurement


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Men's Measurement

To ensure that you receive clothing that are just the kind of fit you like, please carefully follow this measuring guide.

Measuring Tips

  • Wear correct fitting shirt and pants (no jeans!) with the pockets empty;
  • Keep the tape firm, but not tight so you do not feel restricted;
  • All measurements should be taken to the nearest half (0.5) centimeter or quarter (0.25) inch;
  • Ask someone to measure you;

No allowance will be added to the measurements: Neck (Shirt collar size), Sleeve length, Garment back length, Pants waist, Crotch, Pants outseam. The measurement provided here will be the finished garment measurement. If you are unsure an above measurement taken from the body, take it from a garment that fits well.
 
Your height:  _______ cm; _______ inch;
 
1. Neck (Shirt collar)
Measure around the neck where the collar would be (just below the Adam's apple);
Placing one finger behind the tape to ensure some breathing space;
Add 1 or 2cm to the actual measurement for shirt collar if more space is needed;
 
 
2. Chest
Measure around the fullest part of the chest;
Make sure you are relaxed with normal breathing;
Make sure the tape is in horizontal through front and back;
 
 
3. Waist
Measure around the widest part of your belly. If your belly is flat, run the tape 5cm above your navel;
Make sure the tape is in horizontal through the front and back;
 
 
4. Hips
Measure around the fullest part of the hips;
Make sure the tape is horizontal through the front and back;
 
 
5. Shoulder
Measure across the top of the shoulder between the arm seams of a correct fitting shirt;
(If unsure this measurement taken from the body, take it from a garment that fits well.)
 
 
6. Bicep
Measure around the upper arm at the fullest point;
Relaxed and keep your arms by your sides;
 
 
7. Wrist
Measure around the wrist bone;
Placing one finger behind the tape;
 
 
8. Sleeve length
Measure from the arm seam of a correct fitting shirt straight down to the level where your first thumb knuckle is;
(If unsure this measurement taken from the body, take it from a garment that fits well.)
 
 
9. Garment back length
Measure from the nape straight down to where you’d want the garment to end. (usually the level of your thumb tip is as shown).
( If unsure, you may take the measurement from a garment that fits you)
 
 
10. Front waistline
Measure from the base of the neck straight down across bust position to the waistline position
(The waistline should run across the point 5cm above the navel as shown).
 
 
11. Nape to waist
Measure from the nape (back collar seam) straight down to the top of the pants’ waistband.
 
 
12. Pants waist
Measure around the waist where you’d normally wear your pants.
Wrap the tape measure as tight as you’d want your trouser to be.
(If unsure, you may take the measurement from a garment that fits you)
 
 
13. Thigh
Measure around your thigh at the widest point;
Keep the tap horizontal;
 
 
14. Knee
Measure around your knee at the position 7 cm above knee cap;Keep the tap horizontal;
 
 
15. Crotch
Measure from the front top of the waistband to the back top of the waistband as shown.
Make sure not to pull the tape so tight to feel restricted.
(Wear comfortable fit trousers when you are being measured. No Jeans!)
 
 
16. Pants outseam
Take off the shoes, measure alongside the pants from the top of the waistband straight down to the floor (or to the point you’d want the pants to end).
 
 
17. Vest back Length
Measure from the nape straight down to the top of the waistband as shown.
Add 5cm to the measurement.
 
 
18. Overcoat back length
Lay the coat flat, measure from the middle of the back collar seam straight down to the bottom edge.
 
 
 
 
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