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Fitting Info:

How To Measure For A Tuxedo or How To Measure For A Suit

Look inside one of your suit's inside pockets. Sometimes, the size will be indicated. If you cannot find it, follow these guidelines to determine your correct size (If you are measuring in centimeters, divide by 2.54 to obtain inches) :

To measure your chest : Raise your arms slightly and measure just under your arms. Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and the fullest part of the chest. Suit sizes are equal to your chest size. For example, if you have a 38" chest, you would wear a size 38 suit.

To confirm your suit size, measure your waist or the waistband of a comfortable, well fitting pair of pants and add 6 inches.

Suit sizes through 46" will have a pant size of 6" less. From 48" and up, the pant size is 5" less.

Example: Suit size 42 jacket comes with 36" waist trousers.

How To Measure For Coats, Jackets & Blazers

Look inside one of your jackets's inside pockets. Sometimes, the size will be indicated. If you cannot find it, follow these guidelines to determine your correct size (If you are measuring in centimeters, divide by 2.54 to obtain inches):

To measure your chest : Raise your arms slightly and measure just under your arms. Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and the fullest part of the chest. Jacket sizes are equal to your chest size. For example, if you have a 38" chest, you would wear a size 38 coat, jacket or blazer.

To confirm your jacket size, measure your waist or the waistband of a comfortable, well fitting pair of pants and add 6 inches.

How To Measure For Pants

Look inside one of your pants' waistband. Generally, the size will be written. If you cannot find it, follow these guidelines to find your correct size (If you are measuring in centimeters, divide by 2.54 to obtain inches):

To measure your waist : Measure around your waistline where you normally wear your pants, keeping your forefinger between your body and the measuring tape or, better yet, measure the waistband of your most comfortable pair of pants. Pants sizes are equal to your waist size. For example, if you have a 38" waist, you should wear a size 38 pants.

To measure your inseam : Using a pair of pants that fit you well, measure from the top of the inner pant leg seam to the opening at the bottom of the pant leg. The number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest half inch.

Two exceptions are the suits from Claudio Morelli and Giorgio Bissoni.
Suit sizes through 46" will have a pant size of 7" less.
Example: Suit size 42 jacket comes with 35" waist slacks.

Suit sizes above 46" will have a pant size of 6" less.
Example: Suit size 48 jacket comes with 42" waist slacks.


Sizes For 7 Inch Drop Suits
Jacket Sizes Drop in Pants sizes
36-38 7 inches (Example: 38 Jacket comes with 31 Pants)
40-46 6 inches
48-52 5 inches
54-58 4 inches

Men's Sizes:
  Chest Waist Neck Arm
XS 34-36 26-27 13-13 1/2 31-32
S 37-39 28-31 14-14 1/2 32-33
M 40-42 32-35 15-15 1/2 33-34
L 43-45 36-39 16-16 1/2 34-35
XL 46-48 40-43 17-17 1/2 35-36
XXL 49-51 44-46 18-18 1/2 36-37
XXXL 52-54 47-50 19-19 1/2 37-37 1/2

How to measure your...

Chest - Measure chest just under arms and across shoulder blades, holding tape level. Blazer sizes are equal to your chest size. For example, if you have a 38" chest, you would wear a size 38 blazer.

Waist - Keep one finger between tape and your body. Measure a little below your natural waist.

Neck - Measure around fullest part of your neck, keeping tape level.

Arm - With arm relaxed at side and elbow slightly bent, measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist.


 

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