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Sleeve LengthHow to Measure Sleeve Length


When you are buying a new blazer or suit the sales person will always ask for your "arm measurement." As you probably guessed, this is because sleeves come in different lengths. A shorter guy needs short sleeves and a tall guy needs longer sleeves. By knowing your arm length you ensure that when your suit arrives it will fit correctly. The most common mistake men make is ordering their shirtsleeves way too long. This problem usually stems from not knowing what size they should choose for their collared dress shirts (i.e., 15 1/2, 34/35, etc.).






Cuff Size

If you're wearing a long-sleeve shirt with French cuffs you need to know your cuff size. This is the length of the sleeve that holds the two pieces of fabric (i.e., cuff and sleeve) together at the end where the button is located. While this may sound like a very minute detail it can make a big difference for many men who struggle with their sleeves being too long or too short on them. If they don't measure their wrist before buying their dress shirts they usually default to getting regular (or standard as I like to call them). These usually give you about 3 inches extra material on each side of your wrist which throws off the proportions of your wrists and hands.


How to Measure Sleeve Length

To measure the sleeve length you need take one measurement at a time. This is because arms come in different sizes (i.e., short, regular, long, etc.). When measuring for sleeve length start by taking the tape measure around your upper arm four inches below your shoulder; do not flex your arm. This number will probably be between 20" to 24". The next step is to bend your elbow slightly so that it's slightly above 90 degrees - this will give you an accurate measurement for the "armhole." You should write down this number as it is very important when buying dress shirts or other garments with set sleeves since most companies use these measurements when determining sleeve length.


What is Cuff Size?

Cuff size is the circumference of your wrist where you would like to wear your cufflinks (if you're wearing French cuffs). A standard cuff button has a diameter of 18mm while most others are 20 mm or 22 mm.


Methods for Measuring Sleeve Length

There are two ways to measure your arm for sleeve length - both work but I prefer the second one since it's more accurate. The first method involves using a dress shirt that fits well around your shoulder, biceps and wrist. Lay the shirt out on a flat surface; make sure there are no wrinkles (this will also help ensure that get an accurate measurement). Then using a yard stick or tape measure start at the center of the back of your neck, go over your shoulder and down to your elbow. This is where you will make a mark on the shirt (I usually do this by making small creases with my fingernail). Make sure that you hold the end of the tape measure taut so it doesn't slip when measuring. Once you have all your numbers write them down so you don't forget them. The second way is to stand in front of full-length mirror with only underwear on. Have someone else help you out if needed or put on some pants and proceed to pull up your sleeve until it's just below your shoulder; keep this number since it doesn't change much even if you gain or lose weight.


How to Measure Your Cuff Size

Again, there are two methods for measuring wrist and cuff size: one gives you a accurate number (to within 1/4") while the other will give you an estimate (+ or - 1"). The first method is very simple; all you need is a ruler withimeter markings (or even better a tailor's tape measure with a cork under-side).

First, take the ruler and place it on a flat surface then lay your arm over it at a 90 degree angle. Be sure to keep your elbow slightly bent (this is where having a non-flexible ruler comes in handy - again I recommend getting one with interior markings). Once you have the right distance from your wrist to your elbow mark off that number using the ruler or tailor's tape measure. The second method involves using an existing dress shirt to estimate cuff size. All you need for this is a piece of string or yarn also scissors; please make sure you do not use anything metallic since it could alter accuracy. To start cut about" of string/yarn and lay it on the inside of wrist crease (where your hand meets your arm). The next step is to push up your sleeve to where you want the cuff to rest; cut across the string/yarn so that it's about 3" longer than what you're cutting off. Now take one end and thread it through a needle (or use an existing hole) then begin sewing up the side of the string/yarn. You'll continue this process until you've sewn around wrist circumference for 1 1/2 times which will give you about 2" overlap - do not sew any more otherwise your cuff won't fit properly.

At this point tie both ends together, remove from wrist and cut between ties (the space between them should be about 1/2"). Now use the string to measure from tip of elbow crease down to wrist and find corresponding number on ruler or tailor's tape measure.


How to Measure Your Jacket Size

This is a very easy process: take off your jacket and lay it flat (breast pocket side up) then using a tape measure, measure straight across your back under each arm; write this number down (it should be in inches). Next, multiply that figure by 2 and add 5" for extra room (so if you measured 36" x 2 = 72 + 5 = 77"; if you want less room go with 65") - this will give you your rough chest size. Subtract 12" from that number, and if you're a guy subtract 6" (so for example: 77 - 12 = 65" and 77 -6 = 71") and that will give you your jacket size. Once you get used to doing it this way, simply take off your jacket and hold the tape measure up to your chest without having to use any other measurements.


How to Measure Your Waist Size

Take out a flexible measuring tape and start by making sure it's completely flat against your skin with no air between you and the tape; this will ensure accuracy when taking down your waist size. Make sure that the arrow on the retractable end is pointing upwards towards the ceiling then hook it into your belly button so that half of the tape wraps around front while the other half wraps around your back. Now you can read off the number where the tape crosses over itself (make sure it's not twisted); write this down in inches for future reference when going through waist size charts. Again, note that these instructions are for a standard men's suit and if wearing one - you will need to measure yourself 10" lower than the chart calls for because most suits have a built-in 10" allowance so they fit properly.


How to Measure Your Inside Leg Size

There are two methods: one is using a pair of pants that already fits and measuring them; and second involves measuring your body and then subtracting 8" from that figure (which is the amount pants shrink after you've washed them; this is what most tailors do). The first method involves pinning the inside waist of your favorite pair of pants (make sure there's enough room to move around) then using a flexible measuring tape, measure from the crotch seam straight down to the bottom hem; write this number down. The second method requires you taking off any pants, lying them flat on a table and measuring them (also make sure they're flat against the table - not bunched up or hanging over it), next, subtract 8" from that number which should give you your inseam length.


How to Measure Your Neck Size

This is very easy: just circle your neck with a string or yarn that's 1/2" longer than your neck measurement. Wrap the string around your neck with one end sticking out an inch or so, and then using a ruler or tailor's tape measure, find where the two ends intersect; write down number it gives you.


How to Measure Your Thigh Size

Take your pants off and lay them flat on the floor (front side up), next take a flexible measuring tape and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs and go all the way down to bottom of sole (make sure that it's not too tight). Write this number down in inches - this will be an estimate for anything bellow 36" waist size which should also give you good leg room for moving around. If you want more specific measurements than here's a guide:


How to Measure Your Shoe Size

And here we go: take out your favorite pair of shoes and put them on (if they're too small or tight, slightly loosen the laces - don't make it loose though because you need the extra room for measuring). Then standing up straight with both feet flat against the ground, use a pencil or pen and mark where your big toe ends. Next measure from that point all the way down to sole (making sure not to include any parts of shoe which extend past sole), write this number down in inches and voila! You now have your foot size.


How to Measure Your Inseam Length

This is one of those things that seem difficult but actually isn't. If you don't know how to do it, here's an easy step by step guide: First, take your pants off, then lay them flat on the floor (front side up), next take a flexible measuring tape and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs and go all the way down to bottom of sole (make sure that it's not too tight). Write this number down in inches - this will be an estimate for anything bellow 36" waist size which should also give you good leg room for moving around.


How To Measure Your Foot Length

Lay your favorite pair of socks out flat with the top touching a flat surface now place two markers or pieces of string (so they don't slip) and make sure that the distance between them is equal to your foot length; this will give you a pretty accurate number. If you find different brands of shoes tend to fit differently, measure both feet and get the larger size (remember shoes stretch).


How To Measure Your Chest Size

Take your shirt off and lay it flat on a table; next take a flexible measuring tape and starting at pit level, go all around chest circumference making sure not to leave any slack in tape - write this number down.


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How To Measure Your Waist Size

Take your pants off and lay them flat on the floor (front side up), then take a flexible measuring tape or piece of string and starting at waistline, wrap it around your waist and go all the way across (make sure that it's not too tight). Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Hip Size

Take your pants off and lay them flat on the floor (front side up), next take a flexible measuring tape or piece of string and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs until you reach the next leg's inner thigh - repeat as many times as necessary to get closest approximation as possible. Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Inseam Length

The easiest way is using a pair of pants which fit you well: just take them off and then put them flat on the floor (front side up), next take a flexible measuring tape and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs and go all the way down to bottom of sole (make sure that it's not too tight). Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Thigh Size

Take your pants off and lay them flat on the floor (front side up), then take a flexible measuring tape or piece of string and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs until you reach 2" below your groin - repeat as many times as necessary to get closest approximation as possible. Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Shoulder Size

Lay any kind of shirt down with the back side facing up, then take one end of a flexible measuring tape and starting at shoulder seam, measure across shoulder blade area all the way up to opposite end (making sure not to include sleeve length). Write this number down in inches.

How To Measure Your Waist Circumference

The easiest way is using a belt: Take the belt off and lay it flat on the floor (front side up), next take a flexible measuring tape or piece of string next to one of the belt holes, wrap it around your waistline until you reach the other hole - repeat as many times as necessary to get closest approximation as possible. Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Neck Circumference

Wrap a flexible measuring tape or piece of string around the middle of your neck, then take it off and lay it flat on a table - write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Arm Size

Take any kind of shirt with short sleeves and place one end of the flexible measuring tape at pit level (you should be wearing the shirt) and measure all way to wrist bone - repeat as many times as necessary to get closest approximation as possible. Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Thigh Circumference

Just wrap a flexible measuring tape or piece of string around your thigh (you should not stretch it). Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Calf Size

Take a flexible measuring tape or piece of string and starting from behind your knee, wrap it up all the way around your calf muscle. Write this number down in inches.


How To Measure Your Inseam Length

The easiest way is using a pair of pants which fit you well: just take them off and then put them flat on the floor (back side up), next take a flexible measuring tape and starting at crotch level, wrap it around one of your legs and go all the way down to bottom of sole (make sure that it's not too tight). Write this number down in inches.

Pretty easy right? Now all you have to do is tell us what size you think you wear and we'll let you know if there is a better size! If you're still not sure, then just tell us what size you wear in the most common brands and we'll let you know if there is a better size for your measurements.