Men’s Shirt Sizing
MEN’S JEANS & PANTS
Waist: Determine how high or low on your waist you like to wear your jeans or pants. Using a measuring tape, measure around the full circumference of your waist. Not to snug, but not to lose ether. Do not measure over your clothes.
Inseam: With a measuring tape, measure straight down the inside leg from the crotch inseam to the ankle hem with your shoes or boots on.
Waist: Your waist size in overalls will be 2” to 4” larger than your waist size in jeans, this will ensure a more relaxed and looser fit whichever you will prefer.
Inseam: Overalls will more than likely shrink about an inch in the inseam after the first few washes. For example, a 34-inch inseam will shrink to about a 33-inch inseam.
WOMEN’S TOPS & DRESSES
Chest: Using a measuring tape, measure the widest part of your chest. Make sure to keep the tape snug but not to tight.
Neck: Using a measuring tape, measure around the base of your neck where your blouse collar sits comfortably.
Sleeve: Using a measuring tape, measure at the base of the center back of the neck, extend the tape over the top of your shoulder and down to the point your hand starts to widen at your wrist.
Waist: Using a measuring tape, measure around your waistline which is the narrowest part of your waist. Roughly at the height of your belly button.