You have the choice to provide measurements from your body, measurements from a well fitting shirt, or you can select from standard sizes.
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The Slim fit shirt is more tapered to the body, accentuating the body’s shape and is generally suited to men with a lean or athletic build.
The Regular fit is less tapered than the Slim Fit providing a little more room and is generally suited to men with an average build.
The Loose Fit provides a lot more room to move. It is suited to bulkier men, or those who like their shirts to have a baggier fit.
Measure around your neck just below your Adams apple. Place one finder between your neck and the tape to represent the space you require for your collar. We will construc your collar to this exact measurement.
Measure around the chest at its widest point. The tape should be tucked high under your armpits and sit approximately at nipple level.
Measure around your stomach with the tape sitting just above your hip bones. If you have a belly, measure it at the widest point, and do not suck it in.
Measure around the hip and buttocks at the widest point.
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 shirt to end. Stand up in a relax posture.
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.
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.
The biceps measurement should be taken around your upper arm at the widest point. Do not tighten the tape measure.
CONTRASTING COLLAR & CUFF LINING