Waist

Place the jeans on a flat surface and stretch it so the back is in a straight line.

Place the end of your tape measure at the outer edge of the waistband and run it along the back to the other end.

Things to Consider

- When you hold the jeans up, you will notice that the front is lower than the back, which is typical of jeans.

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

Inseam

Place the end of your tape measure, at the crotch point seam and measure along the inside seam to the egde of the leg opening.

Your jeans length should be ideally upto the base of your ankle so that it just breaks over your shoe.

Your jeans length should be ideally upto the base of your ankle so that it just breaks over your shoe.

Cuffing

- Do not add extra for cuffing. You may opt for a cuff option and we will add an additional 5 cm so that you can do a double cuff.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Leg Opening

Place the jeans on a flat surface.

Place your tape measure at one end of the bottom hem and measure across to the other end.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Outseam

Lay your jeans down on a flat surface.

Hold the end of your tape measure at the end of the waistband and run it down along the outer seam down to the bottom hem.

If you wear your jeans cuff the jeans and mesure from waist band till the end of the cuff where it breaks off at your angle

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Hip

Place it on a flat surface. Your hip measurement should be done from points 15 cm below the waistband.

One at the left outseam say Point A, One in the center say Point B, and one on the right outseam say Point C,

Place the end of your tape measure at Point A, and measure upto Point C through Point B,

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Thigh

Place it on a flat surface.

Measure from the lowest point of the crotch across to the outseam. Keeping the tape parallel to the waistband.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Knee

Place it on a flat surface. Your knee is typically 35 cm below the crotch point seam.

Measure 35 cm downwards along the inseam. This is your knee point. Now measure from your knee point to the outseam.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Keep the tape parallel to the waistband.

Front rise

Place the jeans on a flat surface with the front facing you, to measure the front rise of your denim.

Measure from the top of the waist band to the crotch point seam. Make sure that the seam is straight while measuring.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.

Back Rise

Place the jeans on a flat surface with the back facing you, to measure the back rise.

Measure from the top of the waist band to the crotch point seam. Make sure that the seam is straight while measuring.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

- Do not add any extra to account for shrinkage. We will do that for you.