BOTTOMS

A step-by-step guide on how to get the perfect jeans or chinos.

Sizing varies from brand to brand, so the best way to determine what size you are in our brand is to measure a well-fitting garment that you currently own and compare your measurements to ours.

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WAIST

Lay flat on the floor, and measure across the entire waistband.
Check what size that corresponds with your measurements.
*We are using vanity sizing.
If you’re a true W32″ that is not always a size tag W32.

A pair of tattooed hands measuring the hips of a pair of blue jeans with a black measuring tape

HIP

If you place the measurement tape approximately 0.5 inch/1.25 cm over the bottom part of the fly and measure from edge to edge on your favourite pair of jeans. That will result in providing you with your hip measurement.

Measuring the thighs on a blue pair of jeans

THIGH

When you measure 1″/2.5 cm below the 4-way seam all across the thigh.
Also make sure you get all the fabric on both front and backside.

Two hands measuring the knee on a pair of blue raw denim jeans with a black measuring tape

KNEE

Measure approximately 14 inch/35 cm below the crotch seam, across the knee. This measurement may vary depending what length you choose.

Two hands are measuring the front rise on a pair of blue jeans with a black measuring tape

FRONT RISE

Measure from the top of the waistband down to the 4-way seam.
*This measurement is the same when you choose a 5 button fly.

Two hands measuring the back rise on a pair of blue raw denim jeans with a black measuring tape

BACK RISE

Flip the jeans over and do the exact same thing as the front rise. Always measure from the top of the waistband down to the crotch seams. 

Two hands measuring the leg opening on a pair of indigo blue raw denim jeans with a black measuring tape

LEG OPENING

Lay your jeans flat and measure right across the bottom hem of your jeans.

A guy with a grey t-shirt and tattoos using a measurement tape to measure the inseam length on a pair of blue raw denim jeans with a black measuring tape

INSEAM

Measure from the 4-way seam all the way down to the leg opening.
When folding up your jeans, add 1 or 2 inches to account for natural shrinkage.

TOPS

A step-by-step guide on how to get the perfect shirt, jacket or vest.

Sizing varies from brand to brand, so the best way to determine what size you are in our brand is to measure a well-fitting garment that you currently own and compare your measurements to ours.

A black measuring tape measure a indigo blue soso jeans jackets chest measurement

CHEST

Flatten out your favourite shirt or jacket on the floor and measure from below the armpits and across, to get the chest measurement.

SHOULDERS

Flip over the jacket or shirt and measure across from shoulder to shoulder seam. If there’s no seam measure the widest part as the picture suggests.

FRONT LENGTH

Measuring from the collarbone or the front of the jacket or shirt all the way down to the end will give you the front length. 

BACK LENGTH

Measuring from the collarbone or the front of the jacket or shirt all the way down to the end will give you the front length. 

SLEEVES

Simply measure from the top of the shoulder of your jacket or shirt seam down to the end of the cuff to get the sleeve length.

WAISTCOATS

A step-by-step guide on how to get the perfect waistcoat.

Sizing varies from brand to brand, so the best way to determine what size you are in our brand is to measure a well-fitting garment that you currently own and compare your measurements to ours.

CHEST

Flatten out your favourite waistcoat on the floor and measure from below the armpits and across, to get the chest measurement.

SHOULDERS

Flip over the waistcoat and measure across from shoulder to shoulder seam. If there’s no seam measure the widest part as the picture suggests.

FRONT LENGTH

Measuring from the collarbone or the front of the waistcoat all the way down to the end will give you the front length. 

BACK LENGTH

Measuring from the top back of the waistcoat all the way down to the end will give you the front length. 

OPENING

Measuring from the top front of the waistcoat all the way down to the middle end will give you the opening. 

ARM PIT

Make sure to measure the whole arm pit circumference to acquire the arm pit measurement.

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