Suit size guide

Importance of a great fit

The most important thing when choosing a suit is to get the right fit. A great fitting suit is gathered in all the right places to give you a smart look, a defined silhouette, and the confidence that comes from knowing you are impeccably dressed. Getting the best fit is easy once you know some of your basic measurements:

1. Chest

Run the tape around the fullest part of your chest, the tape should be just below the arm pit and over the shoulder blades whilst horizontal to the floor.

2. Jacket waist

Run the tape around the fullest part of the belly. This is usually around the level of the belly button. The measuring tape should be snug on the skin, but not squeezing in.

3. Trouser waist

Measure horizontally around your natural trouser waistline — place where you would usually wear your suit trousers. Keep in mind that suit trouser waistline is usually a bit higher than casual trousers or jeans.

4. Trouser length

Run the tape from your trouser waist to where you would like your trousers to end. To ensure the best fit, our suit trouser lengths are unfinished and require alteration. Please provide your trouser length measurement (in the order notes at checkout) for us to make the trousers correct length.

Measurement guide

 

Suit size chart (cm)

(Our recommended body measurement ranges and not the actual measurements of the suit.)

Your height:
168 – 188 cm = regular suit
>188 cm = long suit
<168 cm = short suit

Suit size Chest size Jacket waist Trouser waist
46 91-94 81-84 78
48 95-98 85-88 82
50 99-102 89-92 87
52 103-106 93-96 91
54 107-110 97-100 95
56 111-114 101-104 99
58 115-118 105-108 103
60 119-122 109-112 107
62 123-126 113-116 111
64 127-130 117-120 115