MEASUREMENTS

All clothing is measured laying flat.  The width (A) is taken from armpit seam to armpit seam across the front chest.  The length (B) is taken from the back collar seam, typically were a tag would stick out, measuring down the front to the bottom hem.  This measurement will only be measured from the top if there is no back collar seam.  Sleeves (C) are measured from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.  If the article does not have a shoulder seam, it will be measured from the armpit seam to the end of the cuff. 

 

Pants and shorts are also measured laying flat.  The width (A) is taken from hip to hip across the top.  We measure the width stretched and unstreched.  These two width measurements will result in an average "sweet spot" measurement, which will provide an ideal waist size fit.  Keep in mind, elastic waistbands will have more flexibility in what the sweet spot number states.  The outseam (B) is taken from the top hip measuring to the bottom leg hem.  The inseam (C) is taken from the crotch seam measuring to the bottom leg hem.