In order to make this process easier, we have provided size information under each garment. Once you have measured your chest, neck or waist you will be able to determine the best fit for your build. In some cases, we have added notes on the brands or garments which indicate if it is a generous or firmer fit. You can then decide accordingly on the most appropriate size. If you are still unsure, please email your sizes to us and we can recommend the best option for you.
How to measure your shirts & jackets
A bit more about sizes & fittings
If you ever have any questions, simply email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call. (09 377 4190) We are all designed to be different and so are clothes. One style and fit will look great on you and another will be great on someone else. So it is important to find the best options for your build and personal style.
Under each garment, there is a size chart indicating actual sizes. If the product you are looking at has no size chart, please let us know and we can advise sizes for you and also ensure one is added. If a product has no size chart it also could be because the products sizes are already noted. For example, a size 152 suit jacket, is a 152 as in 152cm chest.