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Lay the shirt flat on it's back and measure from the center of the collar button to the furthest edge of the buttonhole.
NOTE: If you are inputting a standard collar size from an existing shirt, PLEASE first measure as shown above. Collar sizes on off the rack shirts are commonly upto 0.5" larger than the listed size.
Lay the shirt completely flat (buttoned), remove any wrinkles, and measure from one underarm to the other.
Lay the shirt flat (buttoned), remove any wrinkles, and measure across the narrowest part of the shirt at the waistline.
Lay the sleeve flat on it's front and measure from the middle of the back (just beneath the collar) to the end of the cuff. If this is for a short sleeve shirt, please measure as described. Our tailors will determine the correct length if a short sleeve option is selected.
NOTE: If you are inputting a standard sleeve length from an existing shirt, PLEASE first measure as shown above. Sleeve sizes on off the rack shirts are commonly upto 1" larger than the listed size.
Lay the shirt flat (buttoned) on it's front and measure from one edge of the shoulder to the other.
Place the cuff on a flat surface. Place the measuring tape on the outer edge of the button hole and measure across to the center of the button.
Lay the shirt flat (buttoned) on its front and measure from just beneath the bottom of the collar band to the bottom of the shirt.
A looser, boxier cut -- particularly in the arms and torso. This cut is meant for men who are looking for comfort vs. a tapered look.
Tapered yet not tight or restricting. Our most common cut, best suited for the majority of men. Fit is slightly tapered yet still comfortable along the shirt body and arms.
A more tapered, athletic cut. Shirt body, shoulders, and arms are draped firmly to the body. Meant for those with broad shoulders and slimmer waists.
The majority of men fall into this category. You should not experience any fabric pulling or bunching with your existing off-the-rack shirts.
Some men (weightlifters in particular) have a more pronounced angle in their shoulders that causes the fabric to stretch from the trapezoid to the lower chest, resulting in a pulling of the fabric along with a less than ideal fit.
Men with very little angle in their shoulders will see lots of wrinkles / lines along the neck due to excess fabric bunching up.
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