All measurements are in CM
Our most popular fit, perfect for most body shapes. Narrower at the waist with slimmer sleeves; slim fit shirts have a neat, well-balanced silhouette for those who prefer a well-fitted shirt.
How to Measure
Open the shirt and lay the collar flat. Measure straight from the button attach to the center of the buttonhole.
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure 2.5 cm under the armhole. Measure across to the same point on the other side of the shirt to achieve the half chest measurement.
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure across the narrowest part of the shirt to achieve the half waist measurement.
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and back facing up, measure across shoulder point to point.
(D) Front Length
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure straight down from High Point Shoulder(HPS) to the front hem at its longest point.
(E) Back Length
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and back facing up, measure from seam where the collar band attaches to the yoke and straight down the center back of the shirt to the hem at its longest point.
(F) Full Sleeve
Lay the shirt flat, extend the sleeve out and measure from shoulder point to the edge of the cuff.
(G) Half Sleeve
Lay the shirt flat, extend the sleeve out and measure from shoulder point to the edge of the sleeve hem.
Know your size
The collar measurement is taken around the neck with the tape resting on your shoulders. Put one finger between the tape and the neck to allow for some extra room.
The chest measurement is taken as a circumference around your chest at the widest point. Run the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest, tight up under your armpits and over the shoulder blades.
The waist measurement is taken as a circumference around your waist. Run the tape around the fullest part of the belly. This is usually around the level of the belly button. The measuring tape should be snug on the skin, but not squeezing in.
The sleeve length measurement is taken from the point of your shoulder, following your bent arm down to your wrist. Bend your arm slightly when taking this measurement.