Perfect Fit Guide

Measuring Your Chest

With arms at your sides, measure over the fullest part of your chest, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor.

Measuring Sleeve Length

With arms at your sides, measure from where your shoulder bone ends down your arm to your preferred length.

Measuring Your Waist

Measure around your natural waist, keeping the tape measure parallel to the floor.

Collar & Back

Correct

Correct fit

Your jacket collar should rest lightly against your shirt collar, without significant pressure or gaps in between.

Too tight

Too tight

A tight fit creates bunching and folds underneath the jacket collar and can wrinkle the shirt collar as well.

Too loose

Too loose

When the fit is too loose, there will be a noticeable gap between the jacket and shirt collars.

Shoulders

Correct

Correct fit

The jacket's shoulder should naturally follow the contour of your shoulder.

Too tight

Too tight

Creasing and restricted movement usually indicates that the jacket is too tight.

Too loose

Too loose

If the jacket is too big, you'll notice excessive fabric around the shoulder area.

Waist

Correct

Correct fit

The jacket should taper in just slightly at the waist, giving you a clean, defined silhouette.

Too tight

Too tight

A jacket that's too tight will have noticeable creasing around the waist.

Too loose

Too loose

If the jacket is too loose, you won't be able to see a defined silhouette.

Sleeve Length

Correct

Correct fit

As a general guideline, there should be 1/4” to 1/2” of shirt cuff visible. The jacket sleeve should end around the wrist bone.

Too short

Too short

When too much of the shirt cuff is visible, it means the jacket sleeve is too short.

Too long

Too long

When none of the shirt cuff is visible at all, then the jacket sleeve is too long.

Seat

Correct

Correct fit

The back of your trousers should be a smooth drape over the shape of your rear end.

Too tight

Too tight

Horizontal wrinkles under your rear means it’s too tight.

Too loose

Too loose

If it's too loose, there will be excess material on the backs of the thighs.

Pant Length

Correct

Correct fit

For a modern look, take the hem to the top of the shoe, without a break. Or have one break at the hem for a classic look.

Too short

Too short

Avoid an overly short hem where the whole ankle is visible.

Too long

Too long

Leaving too much pant hanging over your shoe can look messy.

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