What you will need:
- A fabric measuring tape (we take all our measurements in inches).
- Assistance from a friend (the measurer)
- A well-fitting shirt, a pair of trousers (not jeans), jacket, and a pair of shoes.
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To make sure correct measurements we recommend having a professional seamstress
measure you. If you do not get a professional seamstress to take your measurements you
must follow these guides to ensure proper fit.
Please note: the way to measure for a dress has nothing to do with the size of your
jeans or the waist size or where they hang from!
Men's Size Guide
This is a guide with simple instructions on how to take suit measurements (plus a few
general details) that any tailor will need to make a bespoke suit.
What you will need: