The most accurate method of finding your perfect size is to take one of your existing
shirts which fits you the best and note the numbers on the inside collar – example
42/90 – means a neck size of 42cm and sleeve length of 90cm – now all that's left is to choose from our great
range of shirts in that size.
Please remember sleeve lengths vary depending on shirt
manufacturers and may be 1cm either side of the sizes below to be a comfortable
For the best fit, wear little or no clothing while measuring, and use a fabric tape
Collar / Neck
To measure the collar size required, take a tape measure and place it around your
neck allowing enough room for two fingers to be inserted. Ensure that your fingers
fit comfortably between the tape and your neck to allow for a perfect fit and so
that when the top button is done up you feel comfortable.
Method for measuring NECK Circumference
Place tape at collar position with start end at centre front
Grip at overlap but place two fingers between tape and neck (having fingers inside increases circumference from snug to a comfortable fit level)
Measure off circumference on tape to the next highest centimetre
This will be between 37cm and 50cm – our largest neck size.
For this you will require someone's help to measure the best sleeve length. Stand
upright in a relaxed position and have your assistant measure the distance of your
back between the shoulders. Find the middle point of your back by halving this measurement.
Extend 1 arm at shoulder height and bend your elbow slightly. Your sleeve length
is then the measurement from the middle of your back to the write area of your arm.
Best to choose the larger size if your measurement is in the middle of two sizes
for a more comfortable fit.
Method for measuring SLEEVE Length
Place tape measure centre back of collar
Run tape across top of shoulder to shoulder point
Re-grip tape to hold at shoulder point
Continue measurement down arm
Finish at a point a little longer than wrist joint where hand widens