How To Measure Yourself for a Threads By Tre Classic Man Suit
Congratulations! You have taken a big step towards purchasing your suit from Threads: The Black Tie Collection! To ensure you get the correct suit, follow these easy steps!
To measure yourself for a custom suit, you will need a few basic tools: a measuring tape, a pen or pencil, and a piece of paper to record your measurements. Follow the steps below:
Start with the chest measurement: Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest, just under your armpits. Make sure the tape is level and snug but not tight. Take note of the measurement in inches.
Next, measure your waist: Place the measuring tape around your natural waistline, which is typically the narrowest part of your torso. Again, make sure the tape is level and snug but not tight, and take note of the measurement in inches.
Then, measure your hips: Place the measuring tape around the widest part of your hips and buttocks. Make sure the tape is level and snug but not tight, and take note of the measurement in inches.
Measure your sleeve length: With your arm slightly bent, place the measuring tape at the base of your neck and measure down to your wrist bone. Make sure the tape follows the natural curve of your arm, and take note of the measurement in inches.
Measure your jacket length: With your arms at your sides, measure from the base of your neck to your desired length for the jacket hem. Take note of the measurement in inches.
Finally, measure your inseam: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and measure from the crotch seam of your pants to your ankle bone. Take note of the measurement in inches.
Once you have taken these measurements, you can use them to select the size that fits you perfectly. Alternatively, you can visit a www.threadsbytre.com who can take these measurements for you and create a custom suit based on your specific measurements.