Bread Crumb Link
Image Map
Untitled Document

Please use this handy guide to attain whether an item will fit you

UK/US/EU Sizing

Chest (Inches)

Chest (Cms)

Sleeve (Inches)

Sleeve (Cms)

Collar (Inches)

Collar (Cms)

Length (Inches)

Length (Cms)

Armpit (Inches)

Armpit (Cms)

XX-Small

32”-34”

81-86

30”

77

14.25”

36

29.5”

76

16.75”

42

X-Small

34”-36”

86-91

31”

79

14.5”

37

30”

76.5

17.5”

44

Small

36”-38”

91-96

31.5”

80

15”

38

30.5”

77.5

18.5”

46

Medium

38”-40”

96-101

32”

81

16”

41

31”

78

19.5”

49

Large

40”-42”

101-106

32.25”

82

17”

43

31”

78

20.5”

53

X-Large

42”-44”

106-111

32.75”

83

17.5”

44

31.25”

79

22”

56

XX-Large

44”-46”

111-116

33.5”

85

18”

46

31.5”

80

24”

58

Please Note: The fit of every piece of one-off clothing can vary, depending on the garment cut, fabric and style so we’ve listed all available sizes for the most accurate fit.

A Quick Note On Exceptions : Items Marked (Short) , (Tall) or (X-Tall)

For Tall fittings the item lengths & sleeve lengths are increased by 1 inch from the regular length.

For Short fittings the item lengths & sleeve lengths are reduced by 1 inch from the regular length.

For Extra Tall fittings the item lengths and sleeve lengths are increased by 2 inches from the regular length.

 
How to take measurements to find an item that will fit you

Chest: Take measurement under armpits and all the way around fullest part of chest + shoulder blades

Sleeve: Bend your elbow and put your hand on your hip. Have someone measure from middle of back of your neck (the nape), around shoulder and elbow to wrist bone. Alternatively take a shirt that fits and fold at the elbow 90 degrees and measure from middle back of collar to cuff.

Collar: Measure around the neck at base where to shirt fits. Take a shirt that fits and measure from the center of the button to the far end of the button hole. Inches = Size (If it's 15 1/2 inches, you're a 15 1/2 neck) Round up. For example, if you measure 15 1/4, round up to 15 1/2.

Length: If you want to find your perfect jacket length, get someone else to take the measurement from the centre back of your neck to your hemline. If you don’t have anyone else to help out, then you could measure the length of an existing jacket. As a rough guide, most standard length jackets are designed to fall at the point just below the curve of your, erm, buttocks.

Armpit To Armpit: Take tape measure and wrap it around your chest as high as you can in the armpit area and as straight as you can across. Divide the measurement by 2. As always, it's usually better to take a well-fitting shirt and use its measurements