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Our clothes are designed to have a well-fitted, tailored feel, rather then a baggy, or loose fit. If you are between sizes, unsure about what size to get, or craving a more relaxed look, we recommend that you order the larger size.
In order to ensure the proper fit and avoid time consuming exchanges, we highly recommend that you invest a few minutes to take a look at the size guide on this page and to acquire your measurements.
Below you will find our measurement size charts, and instructions on how to take your measurements.
There is both a bit of art and science involved when taking your measurements. Following are some best practices to keep in mind:
To start taking your measurement, please see the instructions below:
Across shoulder - measure the width of your back across the broadest part of shoulders, from shoulder point to shoulder point (where the shoulder meets the arm). The tape path on your back should be about 1-2 inches below the neckline.
Bust / chest (women) - wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest holding the ends in front of your chest. The measuring tape should lie just under your arms, across your shoulder blades, and horizontal across your back. Do not pull the tape measure too hard and place a thumb or finger beneath the tape when taking your measurement.
Chest (men) - the measurement should be taken beneath your armpits, around the widest part of your chest and shoulder blades. Be sure to keep tape level across your back and comfortably loose.
Sleeve length - with the elbow bent, measure from the top of the arm at the shoulder point to the wrist (a friend is required for this one); or, take one of your long sleeve shirt that fit well, and measure the length of the sleeve of that shirt from the shoulder seam.
True waist - put the tape around your natural waistline, usually right below your belly button. Put one finger between the tape and your body before you measure.
Low hip - measure around the broadest point on your hips/seat (usually right on the hip bone).