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Bicep

Biceps

1) First of all make sure that your arm is relaxed and hanging at your side.
2) Measure the biceps by running the measuring tape around the largest/fullest area of your bicep.
3) Don't stretch the measuring tape too much. To avoid that put a finger between measuring tape and arm and take the measurement.

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Blazer length

Blazer length

1) Run the measuring tape from base of the neck and down along the center of the back upto the crotch. The length depends on individual's preference.

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Chest

Chest

1) Raise both arms.
2) Run the measuring tape around the widest part of the chest.
3) Make sure that measuring tape is not stretched too tight and to avoid that, place finger between the chest and measuring tape and take the measurement.

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Crotch

Crotch

1) Run the measuring tape from back of the waist belt down to the crotch along the pant inseam between the legs and upto the front of waist belt.
2) Please note that measurement should be according to the comfort level of the individual.

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Hip

Hip

1) Stand relaxed in a normal stance.
2) Run the measuring tap around hips at the widest part.
3) Make sure measuring tape is not too tight and to avoid that have a finger between measuring tape and hips.

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Knee

Knee

1) Bend the knee slightly.
2) Run the measuring tape around the knee and take the measurement.

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Neck

Neck

1) Run the measuring tape around your neck where the collar normally rests. To give you an idea it is normally below Adam's apple and above the collar bone.
2) Put one finger between the measuring tape and neck to make sure it is not too tight and take the measurement.

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Pants length

Pants length

1) Run the measuring tape from top of the waist belt down laterally along the lateral side of the leg and upto the point where you would like your pant cuffs to sit.

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Shoulders

Shoulders

1) Make sure that shoulders are relaxed and arms are straight.
2) Locate the shoulder point and run the measuring tape from outside part of the shoulder point along the curve to the outside party of the second shoulder.

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Sleeve

Sleeve

1) Make sure that your arms are relaxed.
2) Locate the shoulder point and run the measuring tape down the arm upto the point where you want your cuffs to sit.

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Stomach

Stomach

1) Raise both arms.
2) Run the measuring tape around abdomen below the rib cage and above waist.
3) Make sure that measuring tape is not stretched too tight and to avoid that, place finger between the abdomen and measuring tape and take the measurement.

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Thigh

Thigh

1) Run the measuring tape around the thigh at the widest point and take the measurement.

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Wrist

Wrist

1) Run the measuring tape around the wrist in a way that it is not too tight and note down the measurement.

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PLEASE SELECT A FABRIC

Black Cotton
N20000

Black Pinstripe
N20000

Navy Blue Pinstripe suit
N20000

Deep Blue Suit Fabric
N20000

Lapels

Lapel style and width to select should be a factor of the suit purpose, and your body type. Notch Lapel is the classic choice for regular suits, and Peak Lapels are the more traditional favorites for Tuxedos and everyday suits, while the Shawl Lapel gives a modern look to Tuxedos and dinner Jackets. If you are slim in frame, go for the slim Lapel, and if you are broad chested, go for the wide.

Buttons

The number of buttons you opt for on your custom suit can make the difference between a well draped head-turner and the average Joe

Pockets

All our suits come with a standard breast pocket, and two normal pockets with flaps. The linings also include two pockets.

Vents

Choose how the back view of your suit looks by selecting either single or double vents

Pleats

Pleats are currently considered as old fashioned, as they seem to add some bulk to the line of your suit. You should consider having pleats on your pants if you have a big waist or big legs. No pleats on the other hand is a cooler, trendier style

Cuff

Cuffs add to the weight of the bottom of the pants, and would work with pleats. We advise not to use cuffs on flat front pants

Lining

Lining adds weight and structure to your suit. You can let us decide which lining will look best on your suit by selecting “Tailor’s choice” below, or send us a mail if you have a preference that is not amongst the choices listed here.