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How to Measure for WomenUpdated a year ago

How to Measure for Fit

 

KNOW YOUR MEASUREMENTS

 

Let's get it right and find YOUR BEST FIT! All you need is your typical home tape measure to save the time and hassle of returning an incorrect size.

If you are in the Greater Denver/CO area and would like a personal fitting, please visit us in our showroom. Make an appointment using our fitting appointment booking tool.

Women's

TALL 5'9" OR ABOVE?

Tall versions have longer sleeves and body. Recommended for 5’9” and above or if you have a longer torso. Talls will be 1½” longer in the length and ¾” longer in the sleeves. Unlike other brands, we do not skimp on shirt length.

BUST

Place tape measure around the chest at the nipple line, high up under the arms and over the shoulder blades in the back. The tape measure should be snug, so it does not droop down (but not tight).

SLEEVE

Place tape measure at the base of the neck (prominent bone) extending over the shoulder, down the outside of the arm with the arm slightly bent, ending at the wrist joint.

PANT WAIST

This is the typical size of dress pants you purchase.

PANT HIP

This is your measurement of the fullest part of the hips, from side to side.

PANT INSEAM

Start with a pair of pants you own that fit you well and lay them flat on the floor. Measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg - this is your inseam. Use this measurement to help you choose your inseam length. 

 

BELLY

Hold tape measure parallel to the ground and run the tape around your back and over your belly at its widest point.  This is your belly measurement. 

 

Taking five minutes of your time will help us provide you a better fit. Although we have worked to simplify the process, returning items takes time and inevitably has the potential for frustration.

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