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Measuring Tips and Sizing Guide

We have selected the best quality and designs from our suppliers, and consequently the sizes are not all standard. Sizing will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and to help us provide you with accurate advice we would encourage you to measure yourself.

In choosing the correct size for you it is necessary to bear in mind that if you have a chest measurement of say, 40 , you would need to choose a jumper/blouse/jacket/coat with a chest measurement of at least 42 to 44,  to give the looser fit required.

If you have any questions in relation to our garment sizing, please feel free to telephone us on +44 (0) 1573 224620 and we will be able to assist.

Menswear Sizing Guide

Casual Wear Chest (Knitwear)
inches
Chest (Knitwear)
cm's

Chest (Jackets)
inches

Chest (Jackets)
cm's
Collar (Shirts)
inches
Collar (Shirts)
cm's
             
S 40 102 38 97 15 1/2 39-40
M 42 107 40 102 16 41
L 44 112 42 107 16 1/2 42
XL 46 117 44 112 17 43
XXL 48 122 46 117 17 1/2 44
XXL 50 127 48 122 18 45
      50 127    

Waist (Trousers)
inches

Waist (Trousers)
cm's
Length (Trousers) Length (Trousers)
inches
Length (Trousers)
cm's
         
30 76 Short 29 1/2 75
32 81 Regular 31 1/2 80
34 86 Long 33 1/2 85
36 91      
38 97      
40 102      
42 107      
44 112      
46 117      
48 122      

Measuring tips

How to measure yourselfTo ensure you measure yourself correctly, it is best to stand barefoot in your underwear. You may like to take your measurements a few times or get someone else to measure you to be on the safe side!

 
Collar
Measure around the base of your neck where your collar would normally sit, being careful not to pull the tape too tight.
Chest
Measure around your chest at its broadest and fullest part, avoiding placing the tape too high under your arms.
Waist
Measure around your natural waistline, at the point your waistband or belt usually sits.
Inside leg
Measure from the top of your inside leg at the crotch to where your trousers normally end.
Jacket length
Measure from the centre of your back to the hemline.
Jacket sleeve length
Measure from the top of your shoulder to the end of your wrist bone