Size Guide

How to Measure

Suits & jackets

Self measurement

  • A

    Arm size

    Measure from crown to cuff (shoulder to wrist). It is also helpful if you can measure with the arm bent at the elbow in front of the chest and measure again shoulder to wrist.

  • B

    chest size

    Measure faround broadest part of chest keeping the tape up under the arms. Keep one finger between the tape and the body.

  • C

    waist size

    For a kilt, measure 2 inches above the hip level with the gents navel. For trews do the same. For trousers measure 1 inch above the hip bone. Men tend to breathe in when getting measured so ensure they are relaxed and breathing out.

  • D

    hip size

    Measure widest part of hip/seat.

  • E

    kilt length

    Ask the man to kneel down with his back and thighs vertical. Measure from his navel to the floor.

  • F

    height

    Measure head to toe.

  • G

    jacket / waistcoat length

    Measure from back of neck to appropiate point.

  • H

    seat

    Measure seat loosely for trousers allow a size up if man has larger thighs (i.e. sportsman, body builder, etc).

  • I

    outside leg

    Measure from C to ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

  • J

    inside leg

    Measure crotch to ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

  • K

    collar size

    Measure front of neck all the way round to meet 1st point again.

  • L

    Shoe size

    Select a comfortable shoe size based on a pair you already own. Please note some of our brands run small, see our product pages for further details.

  • M

    suit size

    From label of one you know fits well.

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