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Instructions

1. Photos (9)

2) Measurements

We’ll need 26 measurements in total. When in doubt, drop us a question.

BODY MEASUREMENTS (9)

This black round + symbol next the photo that means you should have a finger between your body and the measurement tape.

1 out of 26: Neck(Body)

Measure the circumference around your neck, with the tape positioned slightly beneath your Adam’s apple. Maintain your normal neck posture, not stretched nor with your chin down.

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2 out of 26: Shoulder(Body))

Measure between the outermost edges of your shoulders from side to side. Locate the spot where the arm connects to your shoulder. Find the bone of each shoulder and your edge point will be approximately 1 finger outside of the bone. Measure along the natural curve of the shoulders.

3 out of 26: Chest(Body)

Measure around the chest where it is the largest, usually right at nipple height. Make sure the measurement tape is in the same horizontal level all the way around. Relax and breathe normally while taking the measurement.

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4 out of 26: Stomach(Body)

Measure around the stomach, at the same height as your navel. Relax and breathe normally while taking the measurement.

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5 out of 26: Bicep(Body)

While your arm hangs in a relaxed position, measure around the widest part of the bicep.

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6 out of 26: Waist(Body)

Adjust the waistline of your pants to where you prefer to have them positioned. Measure the waist on top of the skin just above the waistline of the pants.

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7 out of 26: Buttocks(Body)

Measure around the widest point of your buttocks, keeping measurement tape horizontal.

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8 out of 26: Thigh(Body)

Stand in a relaxed position with your feet slightly apart. Measure the thigh at the widest point, just below the crotch. Ensure the measurement tape is neither too loose or too tight.

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9 out of 26: Calf(Body)

Measure your calf at the widest point.

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REFERENCE SUIT MEASUREMENTS (17)

10 out of 26: Shoulder(Jacket)

Lay your jacke flat on a table, with the front facing down, spread the jacket flat and measure vertically the distance between the shoulder points ( where the shoulder seam meets the sleeve seam) across the center of the back (approx 1cm, 1/2 inch below the center neckline).x 1cm, 1/2 inch below the center neckline) to the left shoulder point. 

11 out of 26: Back Length(Jacket)

Keeping the jacket flat on the table. Measure the distance from the top point of center joint, just under the collar, straight down to the bottom of the jacket.

12 out of 26: Chest(Jacket)

Flip your jacket on the flat surface so the front is facing up towards you. Keep the bottom button open. Measure horizontally from armpit to armpit.

13 out of 26: Waist (Jacket)

Keep the jacket flat facing upwards. Measure horizontally side to side at the waist’s most narrow point. Approx. 18cm / 7 inch down from the armpits yet this may vary depending on the size of your jacket.

14 out of 26: Hip(Jacket)

Keep the jacket flat facing up. If the jacket has side vents in the back, secure they are neatly aligned on top of each other and not pulled apart. Measure horizontally from side to side at the hip position, 10cm / 4 inch below the hip pocket line.

15 out of 26: Front Length (Jacket)

Keep the jacket flat facing up. Measure vertically from the neck shoulder point (where the shoulder meets the collar hem) to the bottom hem of the jacket. 

16 out of 26: Sleeve Length(Jacket)

You can either wear the jacket and ask for assistance to measure or lay the jacket on a table so that the sleeve is flat. Measure from the shoulder point down to the bottom sleeve hem. The sleeve should be flat and smooth without creasing.

17 out of 26: Bicep(Jacket)

Put the jacket sleeve flat in a position so you may measure the bicep starting from the armhole. Measure from the armhole across to the other side, keeping the measurement tape in line with the jacket sleeve line.

18 out of 26: Sleeve Cuff(Jacket)

Put the jacket’s sleeve cuff in flat position. Measure horizontally from side to side.

19 out of 26: Trouser Waist(Pants)

Lay the pants flat on a table. Measure along the upper waistline from side to side.

20 out of 26: Hip (Pants)

Stretch the pants flat and leaving the zipper half way open. Locate the bottom of each side pocket and position the measurement tape 2cm/1 inch above these points. Measure from side seam to side seam along the same curved angle as the waistband. 

21 out of 26: Thigh(Pants)

Put the pants in a position so that the thigh part is flat. Measure 2.5cm/1inch under the crotch seam and measure side to side.

22 out of 26: Front Rise (Pants)

Position and spread the upper front part of the pants flat, so you can measure along the front center seam. Measure from the top of the waistband to the crotch seam.

23 out of 26: Back Rise(Pants)

Position the upper back part of the pants flat so you can measure along the back center seam. Measure from the top of the waistband to the crotch seam.

24 out of 26: Outer Length(Pants)

Fold the pant flat along the pressing seam, as if you would hang them, and lay them flat on a table. Measure from the top waistband along the side seam down to the bottom hem. 

25 out of 26: Inner Length(Pants)

Building on the pant’s position in the previous step (24), fold up the top leg allowing you to see the crotch seam. Measure from the crotch seam down to the bottom hem. 

26 out of 26: Calf(Pants)Keeping the pant in the same position as the previous step (25). Locate the calf point 45 cm/18 inch below the crotch and measure side to side.