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Men Measurements

Measurement Form

Submit your measurements to us using the form below. Use the images as a reference. If you are our existing customer, specify your order number in the comments section. We have your measurements in our system, however, if you feel your measurements have changed please update us using the form below.

Unit of meassurement
Select a Posture That Best Represents You:
men's shoulder measurement
Select a Shoulder Type That Best Represents You:

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A well-fitted suit can make any man look sharp and stylish, but getting the right fit requires accurate measurements. Here's everything you need to know about men's suit measurements.

The first measurement is the chest size, which should be taken at the widest part of the chest, with the tape measure snug but not tight. Next is the waist size, which is taken at the narrowest part of the waist, usually just above the belly button. The sleeve length is measured from the shoulder seam to the bottom of the wrist bone, with the arm relaxed at the side.

The inseam measurement is taken from the crotch seam to the bottom of the pants, while the outseam is measured from the waistband to the bottom of the pants. The neck size should be measured at the base of the neck, where the collar would sit.

Finally, the shoulder measurement is taken from the top of one shoulder to the other, across the back. This measurement is important for ensuring the jacket fits properly across the shoulders and allows for easy movement.

When getting measured for a suit, it's important to wear the shoes and shirt you plan to wear with the suit to ensure the most accurate fit. A good tailor can also make minor adjustments to ensure the perfect fit. With accurate measurements and a well-fitted suit, you'll look and feel your best at any event.

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