order for your clothes to fit nicely, you must be able to measure
yourself correctly. The most important thing is to know your chest
circumference and hip circumference. Measure directly on your body, ideally
over your underwear. If you can, ask someone close to you to
assist you. As you take the measurements, make sure you are standing up
straight, but stay naturally relaxed. Then just write down the measurements and
check them against the size chart. If you're unsure about anything you can call
us at any time.
Your employees should be comfortable. That's why it's important to get started by determining the size of the clothes each person will be wearing.
You can find the correct size by following the instructions and sizing charts in the tab. Or we will be happy to send you a set of sizes of the selected garment to try on.
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE (A):
Place a tailor's tape measure across the front of the largest part of your chest and run it through the armpit, slightly upward to your back.
WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE (B):
Measure at the narrowest point. Make sure that the tailor's tape measure lies completely flat.
HIP CIRCUMFERENCE (C):
Wrap the tailor's tape measure horizontally across the widest point of your seat (this point may lie higher or lower, depending on individual differences in build).
LEG LENGTH (D):
Measure from the waist all the way down the leg to the ground. The tailor's tape measure should follow the contour of the leg.