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Measurment Guidlines

How to Measure a Shirt If you have a shirt that fits well and would like us to match it, follow the instructions below and include the measurements in Special Instructions during checkout. We can create custom shirt to match the measurements you provide

1. Chest

Button up the shirt and lay it flat on the ground (preferably a hard surface) and smooth the fabric out so that there are no wrinkles underneath or on top. Pull the fabric tight, but don’t stretch it. Place the measuring tape at the top of the seam where the sleeve attaches to the body of the shirt and measure across to the same point on the other side of the shirt. Don’t worry if you measure beyond the sideseam on the shirt, just measure the shirt flat across. The correct measurement in the example photos is 21.75"

2. Waist

Lay the shirt flat on a hard surface (same as above). Find the narrowest part of the shirt, which should be about halfway between the armpit and the bottom of the shirt (or around the 5th or 6th buttons). Measure straight across from the left of the shirt to the right of the shirt. The correct measurement in the example photos is 20.5".

3.Seat(hips)

Lay the shirt flat on a hard surface (same as above). Place the measuring tape on the left bottom hem and measure straight across to the same point on the right side of the shirt. The correct measurement in the example photos is 21.75".

4.Shirt Length

Place the tape measure at the highest point of the shoulder, where the shirt joins the neck seam and then the tape measure right down the front of your body to the desired length.This is usually in line with your thumb joint.The correct measurment in this photo is 29''

5.Bicep

With the shirt buttoned and laid flat on the back, spread the shirt sleeve out to the side and smooth out the fabric, so that the bottom seam of the sleeve is where the sleeve is folded. Starting at the bottom of the sleeve where the sleeve attaches to the body of the shirt, measure to the top folded edge of the sleeve while keeping the measuring tape perpendicular to the top folded edge of the sleeve. The correct measurement in the example photos is 9.75''

 

6.Cuff Circumference

Spread the cuff flat with the inside facing up. Measure from the center of the button (you’ll see the stitching) to the outside edge of the buttonhole. In general, you need to pull the cuff pretty tight here compared to the other measurements to get the right measurement since the cuff wants to curve on you naturally. Record the measurement to the nearest 1/4". The correct measurement in the example photos is 9"Record the measurement to the nearest 1/4".

The correct Measurement in image is 9.5”

7 .Shoulder Width

With the shirt laid flat, back facing up, place the tape at the point on the bottom seam of the yoke where the yoke attaches to the sleeve. Measure straight across to the same point on the other side of the shirt (start and finish on the outside edge of the sames). Like other measurements, smooth out the fabric and pull it tight without stretching it. The correct measurement in the example photos is 18.oo''

8.Sleeve Length

Lay the sleeve flat and measure along the outside edge (opposite to the sleeve seam) from the top of the shoulder (starting at the seam) to the end of the cuff,We can see  The correct measurement in the example photos is 24.80''

 

9.Collar Size

Open up the shirt and lay it flat with the back of the shirt on the ground. Open the collar and spread it as flat as possible, pulling tight so that you straighten out any curve. Measure from the center of the button (you should see the stitching) to the middle of the opposite buttonhole. Record the measurement to the nearest 1/4". The correct measurement in the example photos is 15.00"