If you want to be well-dressed, nothing looks better than a properly cut suit. Suits should be flattering and sophisticated, giving you a sense of keen professionalism and style. It is best to come to our place and we will measure you according to your body style.
Fill in the form below with your measurements and we will use it to create the suit that will speak for you.
We use the finest materials and promise the highest standards of craftmanship, and we guarantee that you will be delighted with the fit of your garment applies equally to online orders.
We will contact you shortly after you complete and submit this form to discuss your requirements. our guide below will help you get the exact measurements for you.
Measure around your neck under your Adam’s apple. Wrap your tape measure around the base of your neck, just above your collarbone. The tape should feel snug but not tight. Then, record the measurement. This will help you buy the right size dress shirt for layering under your suit.
Raise your arms and measure around the widest part of your chest. This measurement is essential to get the right body-fit and a flattering cut for your jacket. To take it, raise both arms and run the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest, underneath both your arms. Go all the way around your body. Then, lower your arms to secure the tape measure and record the measurement. Your nipples are typically where the widest part of your chest is. Don't flex your chest muscles while taking this measurement, as this could make your suit fit too big.
Full shoulder width
The over-arm measurement will help to find the width of the entire jacket, from shoulder-to-shoulder. Start your tape measure at the joint of one shoulder. Then, run it across the top of your shoulders, behind your neck, and to the joint of your other shoulder. When determining measurements, don't pull the tape measure tight. Instead, make sure it fits snugly around your body.
4. sleeve length
Place the end of your tape measure at the shoulder seam of your dress shirt. Then, slide the tape measure down your arm toward your wrist. Take the measurement at your wrist to find your proper sleeve length. You may also need to provide your coat in-sleeve measurement for a custom-made suit. This is the measurement of the underside of your arm. To get it, place the end of the tape measure in your armpit, then pull it down to your wrist and record the measurement.
Measure around the fullest part of the bicep with the arms by your side.
Measure around the fullest part of the wrist.
Measure your waist where you typically belt your pants. Position the tape measure where you normally wear a belt. Then, wrap the tape measure around your waist. Slide your finger under the tape so that your pants will fit comfortably. Finally, take the measurement
The seat measurement is taken as a circumference measurement around your seat at the widest part
9. Front Jacket Length (Waist coat)
Measure straight down the front from the base of the neck (right or left side) to the point level with your thumb knuckle.
10. Front Chest Width
• With the person's arms by their side, measure across the front of the chest. • Start at the front of the right armpit, continue measuring across the nipples, and then stop at the front of the left armpit. Do not measure under the arms. • This is the front part of the full chest measurement we took
11. Back Width
With the person's arms by their side, measure across the back. • Start at the back of the right armpit, continue measuring across the shoulder blades, and then stop at the back of the left armpit. Do not measure under the arms. • This is the back part of the full chest measurement we took .
12. Half Shoulder Width (Right & Left)
Measure from the end of the right shoulder to the base of the right side of the neck. • We define the “Side of the Neck” as the point at which the vertical plane of the neck intersects the horizontal plane of the shoulder.
13. Full Back Length
Measure from the base of the back of the neck to the floor. • We define the “base of the back of the neck” as the point at which the 7th cervical bone is located. To easily find this point, have the person being measured tilt his head forward so that the “knobby” bone at the base of the neck becomes obvious. Once located, you can have the person stand straight again and then measure. No shoes please! • Double check this measurement.