Our easy-to-follow tutorial videos allow you to accurately take your measurements right from the comfort of your own home in less than 15 minutes.
All you'll need is a tape measure and a friend. We strongly recommend against attempting to take your own measurements without the help of another person.
Can I have a tailor take my measurements?We don’t recommend it. All tailors have slightly different measuring styles, and our measuring style is unique to our brand - so unless the person is following our tutorial videos, your measurements may not come out correctly.
Can I measure myself?We strongly discourage this. Measuring yourself is extremely difficult and usually results in incorrect measurements that affect the fit of your garments. You know what they say… measure twice, cut once. Don’t skimp on this step - have a friend help you.
Can I just use the measurements from a suit I own?We don’t recommend this - however if you want you can include your full jacket length and full sleeve length from a blazer that fits you well in the measurements section of the notes.
Where can I get measuring tape?You can Amazon Prime measuring tape to you here, or you can pick one up at your local Walmart, Target or other similar stores. They are less than $5 and make the process fast & easy.
How do I know if my measurements are accurate?If you watch and follow the videos closely, and read the instructions as well, you’ll be fine. We recommend taking each measurement twice to ensure the results are the same. If you get two different measurements, measure a third time and take the average.
On top of this, our sizing team will review your measurements after they are submitted and reach out if any of them fall outside of the expected area based on your height, weight and body type. Every suit also comes with an alteration credit through our Perfect Fit Promise, so you’re covered if minor adjustments need to be made to the finished garment.