How do your shirts fit?
- We design our shirts (and jackets) based on the principle that when a shirt fits the chest well, this lays the foundation for a better-fitting shirt.
- Tailoring to chest circumference provides a better fit to the body. A higher arm hole allows for the sleeve to be tailored in appearance, rather than baggy. We think we nailed down a tail length that looks great both tucked and untucked.
- Though we try to keep sizing standardized across every shirt we release, there are some exceptions, especially when it comes to fabric varieties.
What about the sizing for newly released shirts?
- Once you determine your shirt size, we want it to be as easy as possible for you to order without hesitation. Our goal is to make quality shirts that are guaranteed to fit. On occasion, our shirts can vary in size due to their handmade construction and fabric composition.
How do I measure my jacket size?
- The general rule of thumb is that your jacket size equates to your true chest size. So, if you know that your chest is 40 inches in circumference, you should order a size 40/M shirt and/or jacket. If you don’t know your chest size, just take a look inside your favorite blazer, whose labeled size will determine your chest circumference.
How do I measure my waist or chest?
- To measure your waist, pass a tailor's tape around the narrowest part of your waist. If you're unsure of where that is, stand up straight, and bend to the left or right. The part where your waist bends is your narrowest part. This waist size will indicate what pant size you should order.
- We don't recommend measuring your own chest. It's best to have someone help you. To get an accurate chest circumference, a tailor's tape should be passed around the widest part of your chest to get your chest circumference. That number will indicate what shirt or jacket size you should purchase.