All our jackets have their size guide to help you get the perfect fit.
Once you are on the product page of any style or design, click the turquoise coloured Size Guide button under the main description, a sizes drop down will appear, presenting a size range from XS -5XL.
It’s fairly easy to find the right size. If you are wearing a T-shirt, take dimensions around the broadest part of your chest. Then breathe naturally, and try not to puff out your chest. Alternately, if you don't have a measuring tape, any suit jackets you have can serve the purpose.
Record your chest measurement and compare it to the size chart on the size guide to learn which size we recommend to give you a similar fit to that on the mannequin (Dummy). But, if you go for a slimmer fit to that shown, choose a size smaller than we suggest and the opposite if you want a looser fit.
Obviously, it helps to have some background to give you a pretty good idea of how a jacket fits. Chalky, the male mannequin on our product images, is 6feet (1.83m) tall with a 40 inch (101cm) chest, Whilst Lily, the female dummy is 5ft 8 inches (1.73m) tall with a 34 inch (86cm) bust.
On the size guide for each style, we will let you know which size the mannequin is putting on so you can see how the jacket fits.
As a rule of thumb the jackets increase by the following number as you move up one size./p>
Chest Circumference - 2 inches
Length - half an inch
Sleeve - quarter of an inch
This means that you don't need to worry about the jacket becoming too long if you move up a size. The increase is proportionally more across the width of the jacket than the length.
If you have any queries then we are more than happy to help. Just email us at email@example.com
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