This Jacket Measurement Form has 4 pages to be filled out by you, so we can tailor your Bespoke Jacket to perfection.
The pages are as follows:
1. Address and Personal Details
2. Jacket Measurements
3. Body Style
4. Jacket Extra Options
Every page has at the end a remarks field, so anything special you want us to know you may write in there.
We wish you fun to design your Bespoke Jacket and have a great shopping experience.
Place tape measure around base of neck, with one finger space (about 2-3 cm).
Place tape measure around the fullest part of the chest, high up under the arms, with two fingers space. Tape should be leveled and not so tight.
Place tape measure around stomach, with two fingers space and level over the fullest part of the stomach. Make sure the tape is not too tight.
Place tape measure around the waistband and keep the tape snug/tight according to the body shape.
Place tape measure around the hips, at the hip one area (fullest part) with two fingers space. Tape should be snug and leveled.
The measurement is taken from the point where
the shoulder seam joins the collar, vertically to the bottom of the seat.
The length is measured in the back, from the bottom of the collar to the bottom of the seat or lowest point of the crotch.
The measurement is taken from the point where the shoulder seam joins the sleeve to opposite shoulder seam joining the sleeve.
Add allowance according to the body shape,
With the person’s arms by their side, measure across the front of the chest. Start at the front of the right armpit, continue measuring across the nipples and then stop at the front of the left armpit. Do not measure under the arms.
With the person’s arms by their side, measure across the back. Start at the back of the right armpit, continue measuring across the shoulder blades, and then stop at the back of the left armpit. Do not measure under the arms.
The measurement is taken from the point where the shoulder seam joins the sleeve, down along the arm, to the point below the wrist and add extra 1.5cm.
Place tape measure around the fullest part of the biceps. (Usually not needed, unless have special body shape).
Place tape measure around the wrist bone, with a slight ease.
Notch lapels are the most widely used and most versatile. Peak lapels are for a touch of flair. Slim lapels are more fashion forward, noticeably slimmer than the average suit.
Charlies Design recommends the modern gentleman wear a notch or peak lapel.
Notch – Everyday Classic
Peak – Modern Sophistication
Shawl – Ideal for Formal
Two button suits are often your best choice. One button suits are more trendy. Three button suits are a matter of preference and work well with a taller frame.
Double-breasted jackets offer a bolder yet elegant look, and are recommended to be worn with a peak lapel.
One – Contemporary & Relaxed
Two – Everyday Classic
Three – Modern Sophistication
Double Breasted – Bold & Confident
Appropriate for any occasion, flap pockets are the most versatile option and traditionally the standard on suit jackets. More polished and sleek, jetted pockets are ideal for formal wear. Dynamic and sporting, slanted pockets, with or without flaps, are more fashion forward and perfect for smart casual and weekend looks.
Pocket Flaps – Everyday Classic
No Pocket Flaps – Bold & Confident
Pocket Flaps Slanted – Contemporary & Relaxed
No Pocket Flaps Slanted – Modern Sophistication
One and two vent options are interchangeable and a matter of personal preference. No vent jackets are reserved for tuxedos.
One – Everyday Classic
Two – Bold & Confident
None – Modern Sophistication
A visible stitching that follows the edge of your lapels and other key features of your jacket. A visible sign of custom clothing.
Also known as the ticket pocket, it is a third exterior jacket pocket located above the right side standard pocket. At two thirds the size of the standard jacket pocket, traditionally used for holding train ticket stubs it is now modernly used for quick access to your phone or other hand held device.
A convenient pen pocket located beside the left hand inside jacket pocket. Perfect for quickly needing to make note or sign that deal.
Functional Sleeve Buttonholes:
Having working button holes on your suit sleeves is the quintessential symbol of a custom made suit. Unbutton the first button to display this feature stylishly in public.
Make the standard button hole on your left suit lapel functional, a 1 sign of custom suiting and a great place to insert a small flower on special occasions
Add a unique and personalized touch to your jacket with contrasting collar felt.
Add character and draw attention to your boutonniere and functional buttonholes, the 1 mark of a custom suit, with contrasting buttonhole stitching.
Thank you for submitting your measurement details. We will contact you shortly. Have a great day.
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