Last time, we talked about how to measure a men's shirt, did you get it?
Today, let's learn about how to measure your blazer in R.Prince's way.
Here we go!
Normally, about men's blazer, we need to measure only 7 sizes, including chest, stomach, hip, bicep, sleeve, back length, and shoulder.
In order to keep our figures correct, we need to pay more attention to some points. First of all, to keep a blazer flat and no wrinkles. Next, to use our method to measure the related sizes.
Are you ready? Let's do it.
Put the jacket flat, do not fasten the last button (except Single-breasted one button). The fabric stripe should be paralleled on both left and right sides, buttons should be placed at the center of buttonholes.
Then measure the distance from the deepest point under the left armhole to the right horizontally. The final figure of the chest is as twice as we measured.
To keep the blazer flat and no wrinkles, then measure the distance from the narrowest of the left waist to right. The final figure of the stomach is as twice as we measured.
If you can not find the narrowest of the waist, normally, you can take the position around 8-10 CM above the lower pocket.
You can check the following chart when you measure the seat. Put the stomach as a baseline, then according to your height to find the proper distance and find the correct position you need to measure.
You need to measure the distance from left to right. The final figure of the stomach is as twice as you measured.
(Note: For the blazer of double vents, you need to fold 6cm of vents, then measure the seat.)
Find the deepest point of the armhole, fold the sleeve and find the joints of the sleeve and armhole. Use tape to measure the distance from the bottom point of the armhole. The final figure of the bicep is as twice as you measure.
Hang the blazer or put it on the mannequin, keep the sleeve flat and no wrinkles. First, find the joint point between the shoulder and sleeve, then to measure the distance from the point to the middle of the cuff bottom.
(6) Back Length
Hang the blazer or keep the blazer flat and no wrinkles, measure the distance from the top of the middle seam of the back to the bottom vertically.
Hang blazer and keep it flat. First, find the top point of the middle seam of the back, then measure the distance from right shoulder to left, passing along the top point.
Do you think it is difficult for you to handle the measuring method?
Don't worry about it, after you brought 1-2 suits from R.Prince, you can get it.
And you will find it is interesting for you to learn about your body.
Hurry up and select your first suit from here.