How To Get Sized For Your Suit | Mens Tweed Suits

How To Get Sized For Your Suit

Mens Tweed Suits are always here to help you. Today we will be running through how to get yourself sized up and know your sizes before you order. 


How to get sized up for your suit | Mens Tweed Suits size guide

1. Collar Size 

Measure round the base of your neck where a shirt collar would sit. Take the measurement with your index finger underneath the tape. This will ensure your collar is a comfortable fit.

2. Chest Size

Measure around the broadest part of your chest, making sure that the tape is just below the arm pit. Keep the tape flat and parallel to the ground.

3. Waist Size 

For Jackets, Blazers and Tops measure around your natural waistline which is the narrowest part of your waist. For Trouser waist measurement, measure from the widest part of your waist which is also known as the fashion waistline.

4. Sleeve Size 

Relax your arms down by your side. Measure from the tip of your shoulder and down your arm to your preferred length. The standard sleeve length is about an inch past the wrist bone.

5. Inside Leg Size 

Measure from the inside leg at the crotch to where the trouser hem is to sit on the shoe.

What next? 

Make sure to do this in inches so you're able to know your sizes if purchasing worldwide. Now you know your sizes, we recommend you take a look our some of our best selling suits - 




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