Custom Measurements Guide

It's Quick And Easy To Measure

Ordering a custom made suit is made quick and easy using our very simple process. Just take your own measurements or ask a friend. You don't have to go to a local tailor, but you can if you prefer. Just make sure they follow our guide below.

If you fail to follow our instructions below then your suit WILL NOT fit correctly.

Please note:

  • All measurements must be in inches
  • Measurements should be body measurements only, do not add an extra inch thinking this make it more comfortable. Our tailors know precisely how to tailor your suit to your body measurements. If you add extra inches, your suit will not fit!

How to take accurate body measurements

1. Neck

Measure around your neck at the same place your collar would be if buttoned up.

This should be along the base of your neck, below your Adams Apple. The tape should feel comfortable around your neck however should be body tight and not loose.


2. Shoulder

Measure across the back, shoulder to shoulder.

You should measure from the end of each shoulder where it meets the verticle part of your arm.


3. Sleeve

Measure from the top of your shoulder down to the knuckle of your thumb.


4. Bicep

Measure around the biggest part of your bicep, you only need to measure one side.


5. Wrist

Measure around the biggest part of your wrist, you only need to measure one side.


6. Chest

Measure around the widest part of your chest, this is typically right under your armpits and across your nipples.

Ensure you are standing normally and ensure the tape is held tight to the body. Ensure you are breathing normally and do not puff out your chest.


7. Belly

Measure around the biggest part of the belly/stomach area. This is typically the area just above your belly button.

Ensure you are standing normally and ensure the tape is held tight to the body. Ensure you are breathing normally and do not puff out your belly or measure when bloated more than is usual.

 


8. Waist

Measure around your waist, it's normal for this to surprise you and be larger than you think. You should take the measurement at the place where you normally wear your belt.

Ensure you are standing normally and that the tape is held tight to the body.


9. Hip

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


10. Jacket Length

Measure from the top of your collar bone down to the joint of your thumb.


11. Trousers Length (outseam)

Measure the trousers from the waist, down to the floor alongside the outside of your leg.

Make sure you are standing straight and that the tape is tight, do not wear shoes.


12. Thigh

Measure around the widest part of your thigh, you only need to measure one side.