How to Measure and Determine Your Correct Size for Custom Clothing
Take the guesswork out of sizing. The first step to any good fit is having the right measurements. We offer size and fit charts on most of our products - you can find them under our Size & Fit illustration (See example to the right).
Our size charts offer a basic guideline for fitting while the garment measurements are specific to that product. A size chart applies to your actual body measurements. The Fit Guide explains how your custom garment is going to fit you.
Most custom clothing manufacturers use different sizing specifications based on their target audience. The custom clothing products on our web site have product specific size charts based on individual brands and can be found by clicking on the size tab in the product description detail pages. A size chart generally refers to the "size" you might want based on your actual body measurements. You should use this as a general guideline because you might want a tighter or looser fit.
You can get your accurate body measurements using the following steps:
- Get a friend to help if possible
- Use a cloth tape measure and keep the tape taut but not stretched
- Measure your body over properly fitting undergarments while standing tall and without shoes
- Measure the areas needed such as: chest, neck, waist, hips, sleeve, inseam and head based upon the guidelines below
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