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  • SUIT DESIGN
  • PANTS DESIGN
  • PERSONALIZE
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  • Jacket Style
     
  • Lapel
     
  • Lapel Width
     
  • Pockets
     
  • Sleeve Buttons
     
  • Back
     
  • Pants Style
     
  • Crotch Style
     
  • Waist Style
     
  • Pleats
     
  • Back Pockets
     
  • Pants Cuff
     
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Sizing Options

Measure Your Body

Use our simple step-by-step guide to measure your body.

SEND US YOUR SUIT

You can send us a well fitting suit which we will copy.

SEND US YOUR SUIT

You can send us a well fitting suit which we will copy.
The suit you send will be used for sizing only.
We will follow the design options you have selected at Steps 1 - 3.
For placing orders in the future, it is a good idea to leave your old suit with us.
This avoids having to send it again.
After checkout, you wil be sent detailed instructions on sending your suit.

Neck

Measure around your neck just below your Adams apple. Place two fingers between your neck and the tape to represent the space you require for your collar. We will construct your collar to this exact measurement.

Chest

Measure around the chest at it's widest point. The tape should be tucked high under your armpits and sit approximately at nipple level.

Waist

Measure around your stomach with the tape sitting just above your hip bone. If you have a large stomach, measure it at the widest point, and do not suck it in.

Hips

Measure around the hip and buttocks at the widest point.

Jacket Length

The length measurement should be taken from the top of the shoulder at the point near the neck, along the front of your body, to a point where you want the jacket to end. Stand up in a relaxed posture.

Shoulders

The shoulders measurement is taken across the shoulders from one tip of one shoulder to the other. Be sure to measure right on the corner point, where the arm meets the shoulder. It is very important that you use this same corner point for both our Arm and Shoulders measurements as the two are closely related.

Arm Length

The arm measurement is taken from the corner point, where the arm meets the shoulder, down to where you want the cuff to finish. It is very important that you use this same corner point for both your Arm and Shoulders measurement as the two are closely related. It is better to make this measurement a bit longer rather than a bit too short.

Armhole

Measure from the top of the shoulder, down the front of the shoulder, under the armpit and back up around to the top of the shoulder.

Bicep

The biceps measurement should be taken around your upper arm at the widest point. Do not tighten the tape measure.

Wrist

Place the tape measure around your wrist at the narrowest point.

Pants Waist

The waist measurement should be taken around the waist at the point where your pants normally sit. Stand up in a relaxed posture and try not to suck in your stomach.

Crotch

For this measurement, the tape measure needs to go through the legs. Start at the middle front of your pants waistline and run the tape measure under your legs round to the top of your buttocks. Finish the measurement at the center of your pants waistline.

Pants Length

Measure the full length of your pants down the outside, starting from the very top. Measure down to the bottom of your foot. Pants will be made to this exact measurement. Note that we need the outside leg measurement, not the inside.

Thigh

Measure around your thigh as high up the leg as possible, right at the crotch. It its important you get the tape measure as high as possible.

Calf

Measure around the calf at the widest point. This is usually about 3/4 up the lower leg.

Knee

Wrap the tape measure around the knee. Keep the leg relatively straight for this measurement.

Pants Bottom

This measurement varies a lot on the style of pants you want. Measure across the bottom hem of one the legs of the pants. This will determine how tight your pants will be around your ankle. Note this measurement cannot always be followed exactly, as it depends heavily on your calf measurement. As we do not use stretchy fabrics, and must follow the contours of the pants pattern, we may have to make slight adjustments.

  • Neck

    Measure around your neck just below your Adams apple. Place two fingers between your neck and the tape to represent the space you require for your collar. We will construct your collar to this exact measurement.

  • Chest

    Measure around the chest at it's widest point. The tape should be tucked high under your armpits and sit approximately at nipple level.

  • Waist

    Measure around your stomach with the tape sitting just above your hip bone. If you have a large stomach, measure it at the widest point, and do not suck it in.

  • Hips

    Measure around the hip and buttocks at the widest point.

  • Jacket Length

    The length measurement should be taken from the top of the shoulder at the point near the neck, along the front of your body, to a point where you want the jacket to end. Stand up in a relaxed posture.

  • Shoulders

    The shoulders measurement is taken across the shoulders from one tip of one shoulder to the other. Be sure to measure right on the corner point, where the arm meets the shoulder. It is very important that you use this same corner point for both our Arm and Shoulders measurements as the two are closely related.

  • Arm Length

    The arm measurement is taken from the corner point, where the arm meets the shoulder, down to where you want the cuff to finish. It is very important that you use this same corner point for both your Arm and Shoulders measurement as the two are closely related. It is better to make this measurement a bit longer rather than a bit too short.

  • Armhole

    Measure from the top of the shoulder, down the front of the shoulder, under the armpit and back up around to the top of the shoulder.

  • Bicep

    The biceps measurement should be taken around your upper arm at the widest point. Do not tighten the tape measure.

  • Wrist

    Place the tape measure around your wrist at the narrowest point.

  • Pants Waist

    The waist measurement should be taken around the waist at the point where your pants normally sit. Stand up in a relaxed posture and try not to suck in your stomach.

  • Crotch

    For this measurement, the tape measure needs to go through the legs. Start at the middle front of your pants waistline and run the tape measure under your legs round to the top of your buttocks. Finish the measurement at the center of your pants waistline.

  • Pants Length

    Measure the full length of your pants down the outside, starting from the very top. Measure down to the bottom of your foot. Pants will be made to this exact measurement. Note that we need the outside leg measurement, not the inside.

  • Thigh

    Measure around your thigh as high up the leg as possible, right at the crotch. It its important you get the tape measure as high as possible.

  • Calf

    Measure around the calf at the widest point. This is usually about 3/4 up the lower leg.

  • Knee

    Wrap the tape measure around the knee. Keep the leg relatively straight for this measurement.

  • Pants Bottom

    This measurement varies a lot on the style of pants you want. Measure across the bottom hem of one the legs of the pants. This will determine how tight your pants will be around your ankle. Note this measurement cannot always be followed exactly, as it depends heavily on your calf measurement. As we do not use stretchy fabrics, and must follow the contours of the pants pattern, we may have to make slight adjustments.