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Before you consider getting measured, please keep in mind that your tuxedo size is no different than your suit size. If you have a suit or sport jacket in your closet that fits you well, we highly recommend that you choose that same size. We suggest only getting measured (or measuring yourself) as a last resort. For expert advice on measurements, please call us at 1-888-577-2760. Our customer service representatives can be extremely helpful in assisting you with selecting correct tuxedo measurements.
1. To Measure Height:
Stand against a wall (shoeless). Place a flat ruler across top of head to wall. measure from that point down to the floor.
The following guide will show you the appropriate length for your jacket.
5’4” to 5’7” = Short
5’7 ½” to 5’11” = Regular
5’11 ½” to 6’2 ½” = Long
6’3” + Up = Extra Long
2. To Measure Chest:
Bring tape measure around the widest part of your chest, under your arms, completely around your torso. The average man will have a 6 inch difference between chest size and waist size (i.e. 44 chest will have 38 waist).
3. To measure Waist:
Waist measurement should be no different than your normal waist size when you purchase a pair of trousers. However, if you would like to measure, measure around the smallest part of the natural waist.
4. To Measure Seat or Hips (Optional):
For Men, measure around the fullest part of his seat. For Women, measure around the fullest part of her hips.
5. To Measure Inseam:
Measure along the inner seam from the crotch to the bottom of pant leg
6. To Measure Sleeve:
Start measurement in the middle of your back, just under your neck, over your shoulder, around your bent elbow, to your wrist bone. Please note that your tuxedo shirt size should be no different than any other well fitting dress shirt that you have in your closet.
Measurements taken in Inches...