If you are unsure of your collar size, ask someone you trust to measure your neck with a tape measure, putting two fingers inside the tape to ensure a degree of comfort.
After you have chosen the fabric, your next step will be selected the collar style. For our completed selection of collar style, please click here.
Our shirts are offered with either single-button, single cuffs or double cuffs to be worn with cufflinks. Also, you can decide which pocket style you want to be in your shirt. To see our cuff and pocket styles, please click here.
If you are unsure of your sleeve length, take one of your well fitting shirts and, with the back facing you, measure from the centre of the collar to the shoulder seam, along the sleeve to the end of the cuff. Or even better, put the shirt on and ask someone to measure you while you are wearing it.
Please see below pictures to know how to measure accurately. This is also the way we use for our walk-in customers.
Where center of collar would be if you were wearing a shirt. To measure the neck open collar and place tape around neck where collar would rest. Take a loose measurement at this point for a comfortable fit. Just make sure you feel comfortable. Normally, it should be able to fit with two fingers (about 3/4 inch).
Measure the collar length from a finish shirt
If you measure from a finish shirt, you should measure from the middle of button hole to middle of button. You may also increase or decrease the finish shirt neck size based on your preference
Measure from Middle of button hole to the button.
With arm straight and hand in a fist. Take two measurements, first from center of neck to the shoulder seam (just before shoulder drop) and measure from shoulder seam to the end of the shirt cuff with the cuff unbuttoned. Or if a good fitting shirt is not available, you may measure to the knuckle of little finger minus 1.5".
Your shoulder size has been entered here based on double the (1) you measured earlier for sleeves.
Put tape around the fullest part of the chest (hands down and standing relaxed).
Put tape around the fullest part of the waist (against skin, not over pants). Tape should be snug with one finger between tape and body.
Put tape around the fullest part of the hips over pants). Tape should be snug with one finger between tape and body.
Measure in the back from base of the neck to an inch below hip line. It should hang at least six inches below the waist so that it stays tucked in when you move around. It should not be so long, however, it creates bulges in front of the trousers. You can also measure the shirt length from point F to point G. (Point F is the highest point of the shoulder, isn't from the yoke.)
Shape of Shoulder
Back Length is measuring from the middle of the back.
Measure the actual wrist size. If you wear a medium size watch add a ¼" to that wrist for heavier watches add ½"
If you measure from a finish shirt, you should measure from the the edge to edge.