Sizing & Fit

Sizing

& Fit

The right fit is the most important part of a great suit - far more impactful on how it looks on you than the fabric. Fit is where custom made clothing stands out above off-the-rack garments.

The right fit is everything.

The right fit is the most important part of a great suit - far more impactful on how it looks on you than the fabric. Fit is where custom made clothing stands out above off-the-rack garments.

The right fit

is everything

Stand Out

(for all the right reasons)

Custom suits are built to the contours of your body shape, accentuating your best features. Once you wear a suit made for you, you know.


Look good, feel good, be good - and prepare for a lot of compliments. 

Stand Out

(for all the right reasons)

Custom suits are built to the contours of your body shape, accentuating your best features.


Look good, feel good, be good - and prepare yourself for a lot of compliments. Once you wear a suit made for you, you know.

Custom = made to fit you.

Custom made =

crafted to fit you

Custom = made to fit you.

Custom =

made to fit you

The Difference Is Real

Off-The-Rack
Sartoro Custom
Off-The-Rack
Sartoro Custom

Proper Lapel Width

The proper lapel depends on body size - narrow lapels are best suited for shorter & thinner men, wide lapels for larger, taller men. The lapels should lay flat against your chest without buckling.

Flattering Torso Shape

A great fit flatters your body, with as much of an hourglass shape as possible. The tapering at the waist makes your shoulders appear broader and your midsection leaner.


High Arm Holes

Higher arm holes offer greater mobility and less bunching. They should feel comfortable with enough breathing room to move around freely.

Comfortable Jacket Closure

A proper suit should button snugly but without pulling and should fasten 1.5"-2" above your navel. If there are wrinkle lines extending outward from the button when closed, the jacket is too tight.

The Sartoro Digital Tailor Fit 

Our Digital Tailor uses an advanced algorithm to predict body measurements. In-store tailors measure to within 2% accuracy, the Digital Tailor to within 3%.


If you opt for self measurement, your numbers are still run through the Digital Tailor, allowing our team to flag any measurements that might be incorrect.