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Complete Measurement GuideYou Need1. A Fabric Tape Measure (Download our printable tape measure or contact us via email orphone at 1-800-340-7345 and ask us to mail you one for free).2. Ten to twenty minutes.It would help if3. You had assistance from a friend when measuring (although the majority of themeasurements can easily be self-taken, we have found the process to be faster if you havesomeone readily available to assist you. In addition, if you would rather use a local tailor orseamstress, we will refund the measuring cost up to 25 in the form of an in store coupon).4. You wore a good fitting dress-shirt and slacks. If you do not have these items, any formfitting clothing will suffice (to include a t-shirt and boxers). No jeans and empty your pockets!About Measuring When taking measurements the tape should be held flat against the body; it shouldbe held snug enough so not droop, but never so tight as to feel restrictive. All measurements should be taken to the nearest quarter (.25) inch. Do not add wiggle room to your measurements. We will adjust the fit based off ofyour selected preferences and build. All measurements are “skin measurements”. More measurement specific questions? Visit our website for more information andvideo tutorials on how to measure yourself properly!How to Submit this Information Enter it directly into our website after you Build your Garment. Email a scanned copy of the summary page to [email protected] Give us a call and submit your information over the phone.Contact UsContact us at 1-800-340-7345 (Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM CST) or emailus at [email protected]

A Tailored Suit Questionnaire1. Height5. Skin Color2. Weight6. Hair Color3. Shoe Size (USA)7. Eye Color4. Watch HandRight / Left8. Jean Size9. Describe any problems you usually have with non-tailored clothing.10. What did you wear while being measured? (IMPORTANT)11. Your StanceNormalForward LeaningErectSteepFlat12. Your shoulder slopeNormal13. Your chest descriptionThinFitNormalMuscularLarge14. Your stomach descriptionThinNormalMediumLarge15. Your seat shapeThinNormalCurvedLarge

1. Neck Measure around your neck at theheight where your collar, ifbuttoned, would be. This measurement should be takenalong the lower section of the neck,below your Adams Apple and aboveyour Sternal Notch. The tape should be comfortablytouching the skin, with enough roomso that you do not feel restricted. My Neck is . inches.2. Full Chest Measure around the chest and bodyat its fullest part (typically rightunder the armpits and shoulderblades, right across the nipples). Hold the tape against the body tightenough so that it does not slip down,but not so tight that it restrictsbreathing. It should be “snug”. Make sure the tape is horizontal andthe person's arms are by their side;then take a normal breath andmeasure. Do not puff out your chest Double check this measurement. My Full Chest is . inches.

3. Full Shoulder Width Measure from the end of theright shoulder to the end ofthe left shoulder. We define the “End of theShoulder” as where thehorizontal plane of theshoulderintersectsthevertical plane of the arm (seeillustration). Double check measurement. My Full Shoulder Width is. inches.4. Right Sleeve Measure from the end of the rightshoulder to the “Pinch” of the righthand. The “Pinch” of the hand is foundwhere the base of the thumb and thebase of the index finger intersect(approximately 1 inch above theindex finger knuckle). Double check this measurement. Right Sleeve is . inches.5. Left Sleeve Measure from the end of the leftshoulder to the “Pinch” of the lefthand. Double check this measurement. Left Sleeve is . inches.

6. Bicep Measure around the fullest part ofthe bicep with the arms by your side. You need only measure one side. My Bicep is . inches.7. Wrist Measure around the fullest part ofthe wrist. You need only measure one side. Wrist is . inches.

8. Waist / Stomach Measure around the fullest part ofthe waist/stomach or right belowyour bottom ribs, whichever isgreater. Jacket Waist is .inches.9. Hips/Seat Measure around the fullest part ofyour hips and buttocks. My Hips/Seat is .inches.

10. Front Jacket Length Measure straight down the frontfrom the base of the neck (right orleft side) to the point level with yourthumb knuckle. My Front Jacket Length is. inches.11. Front Chest Width With the person's arms by their side,measure across the front of thechest. Start at the front of the right armpit,continue measuring across thenipples, and then stop at the front ofthe left armpit. Do not measureunder the arms. This is the front part of the full chestmeasurement we took in step 2. My Front Chest Width is .inches.

12. 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 theshoulder blades, and then stop at theback of the left armpit. Do notmeasure under the arms. This is the back part of the full chestmeasurement we took in step 2. My Back Width is . inches.13. Half Shoulder Width (Right) Measure from the end of the rightshoulder to the base of the right sideof the neck. We define the “Side of the Neck” asthe point at which the vertical planeof the neck intersects the horizontalplane of the shoulder. My Half Shoulder Width (Right) is. inches.14. Half Shoulder Width (Left) Measure from the end of the leftshoulder to the base of the left sideof the neck. My Half Shoulder Width (Left) is. inches.

15. Full Back Length Measure from the base of the backof the neck to the floor. We define the “base of the back ofthe neck” as the point at which the7th cervical bone is located. Toeasily find this point, have theperson being measured tilt his headforward so that the “knobby” boneat the base of the neck becomesobvious. Once located, you canhave the person stand straight againand then measure. No shoes please! Double check this measurement. Full Back Length is .inches.16. Half Back Length Measure from the base of the backof the neck to the top of the pantswaistband area. Half Back Length is .inches.

17. Trouser Waist Measure around your waist at thelevel where you would normallywear your pant’s belt. With the tape measure snug aroundyour waist, relax, and take themeasurement. Don'tbealarmedifthismeasurement seems larger thanexpected; off-the-rack pants arenormally labeled as being smallerthan what they really are. Trouser Waist is .inches.18. Trouser's Outseam Measure from the top of your pant’swaistband to the floor along theoutside of your leg. Make sure the tape is tight, that youare standing straight, and thenmeasure. No shoes please! Double check this measurement. Trouser’s Outseam is .inches.

19. Trouser's Inseam Measure from the lowest part ofyour crotch area to the floor. Make sure the tape is tight along theinside of your leg, that you arestanding straight, and then measure.No shoes please! Trouser’s Inseam is .inches.20. Crotch Measure from the front top of the pant's waistband to the back top of the pant'swaistband. Make sure not to take this measurement too tight. Crotch Measurement is . inches.

21. Thigh Measure around your thigh at itswidest point. You need measure only one side. My Thigh is . inches.22. Knee Measure around your knee at itswidest point. You need only measure one side. My Knee is . inches.

23. Right Full Sleeve Measure from the base of the rightside of the neck to the pinch of theright hand This is a “check” measurement.This measurement should be withina half-inch of measurements 4 and13 combined. If not, recheck thosetwo measurements. Right Full Sleeve is .inches.24. Left Full Sleeve Measure from the base of the leftside of the neck to the pinch of theleft hand This is a “check” measurement.This measurement should be withina half-inch of measurements 5 and14 combined. If not, recheck thosetwo measurements. Left Full Sleeve is .inches.

Information Summary(This form is for use if you plan to email us a scanned copy of your information)Answers to the Questionnaire5. Skin Color1. Height6. Hair Color2. Weight7. Eye Color3. Shoe Size8. Jean Size4. Watch HandRight / Left9. Describe any problems you usually have with non-tailored clothing.10. What did you wear while being measured? (IMPORTANT)11. How do you stand12. Your shoulder slope13. Your chest description14. Your stomach description15. Your seat shape16. Your body proportionsMeasurements1. Neck. inches2. Full Chest . inches3. Full Shoulder Width . inches4. Right Sleeve. inches5. Left Sleeve. inches6. Bicep. inches7. Wrist. inches8. Waist/Stomach . inches9. Hips/Seat . inches10. Front Jacket Length. inches11. Front Chest Width. inches12. Back Width. inches13. Half Shoulder Width (Right) . inches14. Half Shoulder Width (Left) . inches15. Full Back Length. inches16. Half Back Length. inches17. Trouser Waist . inches18. Trouser Outseam . inches19. Trouser Inseam . inches20. Crotch . inches21. Thigh. inches22. Knee. inches23. Right Full Sleeve . inches24. Left Full Sleeve . inches