Biceps

Place your shirt button-side up on a flat surface. Button it up and run your hands along the fabric to give you an accurate reading.

Place the end of your tape measure at the seam of your shirt's armpit. Extend the tape measure to the opposite end, making sure it forms a 90-degree angle with the shoulder seam.

Things to consider

- Make sure that the sleeve is straight while measuring.

- Round it off to the nearest centimeter of quarter of an inch.

- Do not add anything extra for the shrinkage, we will do that for you.

Half sleeve length

Place the shirt, button side up on a flat surface. Run your hands along a shirt a few times to ensure it's fully extended.

Place the end of your tape measure at the shoulder seam, and run it down to the edge of the sleeve hem.

For a short sleeve shirt, you want the sleeves to end between the middle and the bottom of your bicep.

Things to consider

- Round it off to the nearest centimeter of quarter of an inch.

- Do not add anything extra for the shrinkage, we will do that for you.

Shoulder length

Lay the shirt buttoned side down on a flat surface

Measure from outer edges of the left shoulder seam to the right shoulder seam.

Shoulder seam should not be drooping or too short.

Things to consider

- You can round off to the nearest centimeter of quarter of an inch.

- Do not add anything extra for the shrinkage, we will do that for you.

Things to consider

- A good fitting shirt shoulder sits right on the edge of your shoulder blade.

- A right shoulder length helps in giving day long comfort and instrumental in shaping your silhouette

Sleeve Length

Place the shirt, button side up on a flat surface. Run your hands along a shirt a few times to ensure it's fully extended.

Now place the end of your tape measure at the shoulder seam, and run it down to the edge of the cuff.

The ideal sleeve length runs from the edge of your shoulder, down to the meaty part of your palm.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter or a quater of an inch.

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

Things to consider

- The ideal sleeve length runs from the edge of your shoulder, down to the meaty part of your palm.

Chest Measurement

Lay your shirt button-side up on a flat surface. Button it up and run your hands along the fabric to give you an accurate reading.

Place the end of your tape measure at the seam under the armpit and run across the upper chest to the meet the seam at the other armpit.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

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

Things to consider

- Getting the chest measurement right is key to having a good fit on your shirt.

- You want something comfortable that doesn't stretch the fabric or add stress to the buttons across your chest.

Collar

Place it button-side up, and unbutton it to extend the collar.

Place the end of your tape measure on the collar button, and run your tape along the collar band to the edge of the button hole.

A good fitting collar is one where you have one finger space between your neck and the collar when buttoned.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

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

Shirt Length

Lay your shirt button-side down on a flat surface. 

Place the end of your measuring tape at the base of your collar and run it down to the edge of the hem.

What's a good shirt length

- Untucked: Pick a shirt that ends at the middle of your crotch.
- Tucked: Pick a shirt that ends just below your buttocks.

Things to consider

- Round off to the nearest centimeter or quarter of an inch.

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

Mid Section

Lay the shirt down on a flat surface.

Fold the shirt from the bottom, in such a way that the bottom hem of the shirt meets the arm hole.

Place one end of the tape at the midpoint on the side hem, and run it straight across the fabric to the other end.

Things to consider

- A good way to know if you've found the right spot it that the midpoint will usually fall right above the second to last button from the bottom of the shirt.

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

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

Hem

To measure the hem, button-up the shirt and place it on a flat surface.

Place the end of your tape measure on the outer edge of the hem. Run it along the width of the shirt to the other edge.

The hem is the bottom end of the shirt.

Things to consider

- Some shirts will have a curved hem. You do not need to measure the length of the curve.

- Round off to the nearest centimeter.

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