Classic Sizing Guide

Choosing the right size is something you should carefully consider before placing an order. Each of our suits are custom-made specifically for you, and as such are non-returnable, so we want to make absolutely sure that you have the right size for the best fit possible.

The good news though is that it's extremely simple! Just take a measurement of your Height, Chest, Belly, Hip and Waist.

Each measurement that you take should be done with no clothing on (underwear is fine), and the measuring tape should be pulled tight, with no gaps.

Do not add any additional inches to your measurements as this will result in you choosing the wrong size.

Selecting The Right Size

In order to select the correct size just follow one simple rule: choose the closest size relative to your actual body measurement.

What does that mean?

For example, if your actual chest measurement is 42", then you should select a size 42 for a Jacket & Waistcoat. In this case, DO NOT order a size 44 thinking that you will have 2" to spare. This is not the case, it will be too big.

If your waist measures 36", then you should select a size 36 for your trousers. DO NOT order a size 38 thinking that your 36" waist will require extra room, it will be too big (unless you want them baggier, of course).

If you are in between sizes, check the size chart to see which size would give you the better fit. For example if your waist measures 35", you can check the size chart to see that a size 34 only gives you 0.5" of breathing room, which is likely too tight so you would most likely opt for the size 36.

How To Take Accurate Measurements

Of course, we are always on hand to help via email at if you're unsure about what size to order.

1. Height
We will use your height to determine what length of Jacket & Waistcoat should fit you the best.

2. Chest
Measure the full circumference of your chest at it's widest area, below your armpits.

3. Belly
Measure the full circumference of your belly at it's widest area.

4. Hip
Measure around your hip and the largest part of your buttocks.

5. Waist
Measure the full circumference at the area where your belt lies.

Size Chart

Men's 3 & 2 Piece Suits

Inches CM