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The Blue Milano Suit

Wool

The "Blue Milano" suit is a classic, and the craftsmanship that has gone into this suit is the very definition of pure Italian tailoring. The suit captures traditional style and elegance with a unique degree of wearability. This suit is versatile as it can be worn formally at work, at the dinner party, or combined with casual garments in much less formal occasions. This suit is cut from S130's wool by Vitale Barberis Canonico mill in Italy. The jacket and trousers feature sartorial details only the best suit makers know of.
 

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Size guide
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JACKET — REGULAR
SIZE 36R (US) / 46 (EU) 38R (US) / 48 (EU) 40R (US) / 50 (EU) 42R (US) / 52 (EU) 44R (US) / 54 (EU)
A) CHEST 102 cm 106 cm 110 cm 114 cm 118 cm
B) WAIST 90 cm 94 cm 98 cm 102 cm 106 cm
C) SLEEVE 62,30 cm 63,20 cm 64,10 cm 65 cm 65,90 cm
D) BACK LENGTH 73 cm 74 cm 75 cm 76 cm 77 cm
E) SHOULDER 44,5 cm 45,5 cm 46,5 cm 47,5 cm 48,5 cm
SIZE 36R (US) / 46 (EU) 38R (US) / 48 (EU) 40R (US) / 50 (EU) 42R (US) / 52 (EU) 44R (US) / 54 (EU)
A) CHEST 40.2 in 41.7 in 43.3 in 44.9 in 46.4 in
B) WAIST 35.4 in 37.0 in 38.6 in 40.1 in 41.7 cm
C) SLEEVE 24.5 in 24.9 in 25.2 in 25.6 in 25.9 in
D) BACK LENGTH 28.7 in 29.1 in 29.5 in 29.9 in 30.3 in
E) SHOULDER 17.5 in 17.9 in 18.3 in 18.7 in 19.1 in
JACKET — LONG
SIZE 38L (US) / 94 (EU) 40L (US) / 98 (EU) 42L (US) / 102 (EU) 44L (US) / 106 (EU)
A) CHEST 106 cm 110 cm 114 cm 118 cm
B) WAIST 94 cm 98 cm 102 cm 106 cm
C) SLEEVE 65,2 cm 66,10 cm 67 cm 67,90 cm
D) BACK LENGTH 76 cm 77 cm 78 cm 79 cm
E) SHOULDER 45,5 cm 46,5 cm 47,5 cm 48,5 cm
SIZE 38L (US) / 94 (EU) 40L (US) / 98 (EU) 42L (US) / 102 (EU) 44L (US) / 106 (EU)
A) CHEST 41.7 in 43.3 in 44.9 in 46.5 in
B) UPPER WAIST 37.0 in 38.6 in 40.1 in 41.7 in
C) SLEEVE 25.7 in 26.0 in 26.4 in 67.9 in
D) BACK LENGTH 29.9 in 30.3 in 30.7 in 31.1 in
E) SHOULDER 17.9 in 18.3 in 18.7 in 19.1 in


TROUSERS— REGULAR/LONG
SIZE 36 (US) / 46 (EU) 38 (US) / 48 (EU) 40 (US) / 50 (EU) 42 (US) / 52 (EU) 44R (US) / 54 (EU)
A) WAIST 82 cm 86 cm 90 cm 94 cm 98 cm
B) HIP 106 cm 110 cm 114 cm 118 cm 122 cm
C) THIGH
(Measured 8 cm from crotch)
58.6 cm
60.4 cm
62.2 cm
64 cm
65,8 cm
D) LEG OPENING 18 cm 18,5 cm 19 cm 19,5 cm 20 cm
SIZE 36 (US) / 46 (EU) 38 (US) / 48 (EU) 40 (US) / 50 (EU) 42 (US) / 52 (EU) 44R (US) / 54 (EU)
A) WAIST 32.3 in 33.9 in 35.4 in 37.0 in 38.6 in
B) HIP 42.5 in 44.1 in 45.7 in 47.2 in 48 in
C) THIGH
(Measured 3 ln from crotch)
23.1 in 23.7 in 24.5 in 25.1 in 25.9 in
D) LEG OPENING 7.1 in 7.3 in 7.5 in 7.7 in 7.9 in


LENGTH (LONG) (Inseam) 79 cm 80 cm 81 cm 82 cm 83 cm
LENGTH (REGULAR) (Inseam) N/A 83 cm 84 cm 85 cm 86 cm

NOTE: It is possible to alter trousers length at your local tailor.

LENGTH (REGULAR) (Inseam) 31.1 in 31.5 in 31.9 in 32.3 in 32.7 in
LENGTH (LONG) (Inseam) Not available. 32.7 in 33.0 in 33.5 in 33.9 in

NOTE: It is possible to alter trousers length at your local tailor.

About

The "Blue Milano" suit is a classic, and the craftsmanship that has gone into this suit is the very definition of pure Italian tailoring. The suit captures traditional style and elegance with a unique degree of wearability. This suit is versatile as it can be worn formally at work, at the dinner party, or combined with casual garments in much less formal occasions. This suit is cut from S130's wool by Vitale Barberis Canonico mill in Italy. The jacket and trousers feature sartorial details only the best suit makers know of.
 

FABRIC & MATERIALS
MATERIAL S130's WOOL
COMPOSITION 100% WOOL
WOVEN BY
VITALE BARBERIS CANONICO MILL 🇮🇹
FABRIC WEIGHT 240 GRAMS/M2
COLOUR NAVY BLUE
BUTTONS HORN BUTTONS
SEASON ALL SEASONS
DETAILS & FEATURES
JACKET | BUTTONING SINGLE BREASTED, 2-BUTTON
JACKET | LAPEL PEAK
JACKET | LAPEL WIDTH 12.5 CM
JACKET | CHEST POCKET BOAT-SHAPED
JACKET | SIDE POCKET BESOM POCKETS
JACKET | CONSTRUCTION HALF CANVAS
TROUSERS | BUTTONING GURKHA TROUSERS
TROUSERS | FASTENING SIDE-ADJUSTERS
TROUSERS | PLEATS DOUBLE
TROUSERS | HEM FINISHING 5 CM TURN-UPS
TROUSERS | BACK POCKET BUTTONS
CARE & FIT
WASHING DRY CLEAN ONLY
FIT SLIM FIT
MODEL SIZE MODEL IS 179 CM AND WEARS SIZE EU 46
SUSTAINABILITY
WASTE REDUCING YES
CO2 NEUTRAL YES
FAIR WEAR LEADER YES

YOUR PERFECT FIT

To find your perfect fit, we offer you the following alternatives:

READY TO WEAR
SELECT SIZE

Choose a size from our current ready-to-wear stock and then continue with the checkout.

Select
CUSTOM MADE
BODY MEASUREMENTS

Choose this option to provide us with your body measurements and your fit preference. Our tailors will then custom make the suit to fit you accordingly.

Select
SUIT MEASUREMENTS

Choose this option if you want a custom made suit and you want to enter the suit measurements.

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Select Size

Select which size you want and then proceed with the checkout.

REGULAR (between 168 - 187 cm)
36R (US) / 46 (EU) S
38R (US) / 48 (EU) M
40R (US) / 50 (EU) M/L
42R (US) / 52 (EU) L
44R (US) / 54 (EU) XL
LONG (taller than 187 cm)
38L (US) / 94 (EU) M
40L (US) / 98 (EU) M/L
42L (US) / 102 (EU) L
44L (US) / 106 (EU) XL
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YOUR BODY MEASUREMENTS

Give us your body measurements & fit preference and let our skilful tailors do the rest of the work.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Stand straight with a normal posture. Measure your body height from tip to toe.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


To measure the shoulder width correctly, we highly recommend that you put on a t-shirt. Make sure the shoulder seams (see picture) are positioned where you would like the jacket's shoulders to be positioned. Then measure from the left shoulder seam to the right shoulder seam. Also, please note that the measuring tape should do a small "curve" and follow the natural shape of your shoulders.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure around the thickest part of the chest and back (typically right under the armpits and across the nipples) keeping the measuring tape straight. Breath normally. It is important that the measuring tape is straight. It should be held firm to the skin, but not tight (you should be able to fit a finger between the measuring tape). 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Put on a business shirt or t-shirt, and stand with your arms in a relaxed position. Find the spot on the shoulder where all the stitching meet (like in the picture above). This point should in the same position as when you measured the shoulder width. Then measure from that point all the way down to your wrist bone. Make sure the measurement tape follows the shape of the arm slightly. Then add +1cm/0.4in if you prefer your shirt cuff to be visible, or add +2cm/0.8in if you prefer slightly longer jacket sleeves.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure the circumference of your bicep muscle (thickest point). Usually, the thickets point is quite close to the armpit.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure around the thinnest part of the stomach/upper waist. Keep the tape straight and firm to the skin, but breathe in and out a few times to ensure this is at a comfortable width. However - if you have a bit of a rounder belly - then measure the widest point of your belly. 

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ADVANCED SIZE OPTIONS

HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure around the base (thickest part) of your neck. It is important that you measure at the lowest/thickest part of your neck.  

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure the thickets point of your forearm. Usually, this point is located slightly below your elbow. 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure around the thickest part of your wrist, close to your hand.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure the circumference of your calf (thickest point). 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure the circumference of your thighs (approximately 8 cm/3 in from crotch).

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure the circumference of your calf (thickest point). 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

1) This measurement is actually easiest measured by taking a pair of trousers that you like in terms of length. Pick a pair of trousers that like in their length and lay them flat.




2) Fold the top leg above the waistband, exposing the crotch seams. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten the fabric.





3) Measure from the crotch seam downward to the end the trousers.

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ADVANCED SIZE OPTIONS

HOW TO MEAUSRE


Measure the circumference around your hip and seat area. Make sure you measure around the thickest point.

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JACKET FIT

WAIST LINE

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Regular

    If you prefer the jacket to be tight around your waist, pick Slim fit. Otherwise, if you prefer a slightly looser fit around you waist, then pick the Regular fit.

    Regular

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Slim

    If you prefer the jacket to be tight around your waist, pick Slim fit. Otherwise, if you prefer a slightly looser fit around you waist, then pick the Regular fit.

    Slim

TROUSERS FIT

RISE

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    High

    This refers to where the trousers' waistline is positioned on your body. If you prefer a high-waisted fit, then choose High rise. If you wish the rise to be neither low nor high, then choose Medium rise. Lastly, if you want the trousers to be seated low, then pick Low rise. 

    High

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Medium

    This refers to where the trousers' waistline is positioned on your body. If you prefer a high-waisted fit, then choose High rise. If you wish the rise to be neither low nor high, then choose Medium rise. Lastly, if you want the trousers to be seated low, then pick Low rise. 

    Medium

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Low

    This refers to where the trousers' waistline is positioned on your body. If you prefer a high-waisted fit, then choose High rise. If you wish the rise to be neither low nor high, then choose Medium rise. Lastly, if you want the trousers to be seated low, then pick Low rise. 

    Low

SHAPE

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Straight cut

    Straight cut: Trousers are straight meaning that trousers have similar width around the thighs, calves and leg opening. 

    Tapered cut: Trousers become tighter/more narrow in the leg opening. 

    Boot cut: Trousers become much wider in the leg opening compared to the thigh. 

    Wide cut: Trousers are wide in both thigh and leg opening - creating a straight cut - yet with a wider fit. 

    Extra Slim cut: Trousers are extra slim around the thighs, calves and leg opening.

    Straight cut

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Tapered

    Straight cut: Trousers are straight meaning that trousers have similar width around the thighs, calves and leg opening. 

    Tapered cut: Trousers become tighter/more narrow in the leg opening. 

    Boot cut: Trousers become much wider in the leg opening compared to the thigh. 

    Wide cut: Trousers are wide in both thigh and leg opening - creating a straight cut - yet with a wider fit. 

    Extra Slim cut: Trousers are extra slim around the thighs, calves and leg opening.

    Tapered

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Boot cut

    Straight cut: Trousers are straight meaning that trousers have similar width around the thighs, calves and leg opening. 

    Tapered cut: Trousers become tighter/more narrow in the leg opening. 

    Boot cut: Trousers become much wider in the leg opening compared to the thigh. 

    Wide cut: Trousers are wide in both thigh and leg opening - creating a straight cut - yet with a wider fit. 

    Extra Slim cut: Trousers are extra slim around the thighs, calves and leg opening.

    Boot cut

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Wide cut

    Straight cut: Trousers are straight meaning that trousers have similar width around the thighs, calves and leg opening. 

    Tapered cut: Trousers become tighter/more narrow in the leg opening. 

    Boot cut: Trousers become much wider in the leg opening compared to the thigh. 

    Wide cut: Trousers are wide in both thigh and leg opening - creating a straight cut - yet with a wider fit. 

    Extra Slim cut: Trousers are extra slim around the thighs, calves and leg opening.

    Wide cut

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Extra Slim cut

    Straight cut: Trousers are straight meaning that trousers have similar width around the thighs, calves and leg opening. 

    Tapered cut: Trousers become tighter/more narrow in the leg opening. 

    Boot cut: Trousers become much wider in the leg opening compared to the thigh. 

    Wide cut: Trousers are wide in both thigh and leg opening - creating a straight cut - yet with a wider fit. 

    Extra Slim cut: Trousers are extra slim around the thighs, calves and leg opening.

    Extra Slim cut

Length

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    No Break

    No break: Trousers cut-off just above the shoes.

    Half break: Trousers slightly touches the shoes.

    Full break: Trousers rest on the shoes.

     

    No Break

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Half Break

    No break: Trousers cut-off just above the shoes.

    Half break: Trousers slightly touches the shoes.

    Full break: Trousers rest on the shoes.

     

    Half Break

  • HOW TO MEAUSRE

    Full Break

    No break: Trousers cut-off just above the shoes.

    Half break: Trousers slightly touches the shoes.

    Full break: Trousers rest on the shoes.

     

    Full Break

Anything else we should know about your body or fit preference?

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YOUR SUIT MEASUREMENTS

Use a suit that already fits you as a base for your measurement.

Base Size

SELECT SIZE

REGULAR (between 168 - 187 cm)
34R (US) / 44 (EU) XS
36R (US) / 46 (EU) S
38R (US) / 48 (EU) M
40R (US) / 50 (EU) M/L
42R (US) / 52 (EU) L
44R (US) / 54 (EU) XL
46R (US) / 56 (EU) XXL
48R (US) / 58 (EU) 3XL
50R (US) / 60 (EU) 4XL
LONG (taller than 187 cm)
36L (US) / 90 (EU) XS
38L (US) / 94 (EU) M
40L (US) / 98 (EU) M/L
42L (US) / 102 (EU) L
44L (US) / 106 (EU) XL
46L (US) / 110 (EU) XXL
48L (US) / 114 (EU) 3XL
50L (US) / 118 (EU) 4XL
REGULAR (between 168 - 187 cm)
34R (US) / 44 (EU) XS
36R (US) / 46 (EU) S
38R (US) / 48 (EU) M
40R (US) / 50 (EU) M/L
42R (US) / 52 (EU) L
44R (US) / 54 (EU) XL
46R (US) / 56 (EU) XXL
48R (US) / 58 (EU) 3XL
50R (US) / 60 (EU) 3XL
LONG (taller than 187 cm)
36L (US) / 90 (EU) XS
38L (US) / 94 (EU) M
40L (US) / 98 (EU) M/L
42L (US) / 102 (EU) L
44L (US) / 106 (EU) XL
46L (US) / 110 (EU) XXL
48L (US) / 114 (EU) 3XL
50L (US) / 118 (EU) 4XL
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Jacket

HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table face down with the collar down and arms positioned downward. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.





Step 2: Begin on the left side, where the top of the armhole seam meets the shoulder fold, and measure across. 

 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table face down with the collar up and arms positioned upward. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.





Step 2: Starting at the lowermost point of the left armhole, measure across to the same point on the right.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table face down with the collar up and arms positioned upward. 

Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.






Step 2: Starting from the jacket's left edge, measure across at the midway point just below the first button.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table face down with the collar down and arms positioned downward. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.





Step 2: Beginning at the center of the collar base (where the jacket’s back seam meets the collar) measure to the bottom hemline.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table with the collar up and position the arm in a natural position. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.






Step 2: Beginning at the top of the armhole seam (at the middle point of the shoulder) measure straight down through the middle of the sleeve to the sleeve edge.

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ADVANCED SIZE OPTIONS

HOW TO MEAUSRE


Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table with the collar up and position the arm in a natural position. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.

 

Step 2: Measure from the center of the closing button down 15cm/6inch. Make note of this point.

 

Step 3: At the 15cm/6inch point, measure across from the jacket's left edge to the right edge.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE


Step 1: Button the jacket and lay it flat on a table with the collar up and position the arm in a natural position. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric.



Step 2: Starting at the highest point of the jacket, where the collar meets the shoulder seam, measure all the way down to the edge of the jacket.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Lay the completely buttoned jacket flat on a table facing up with the collar up, and the arms positioned to the side. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric. 



Step 2: Beginning at the edge of the armhole seam (at the armpit point) measure horizontality the distance between this point and the edge of the sleeve.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Lay the buttoned cuff facing up. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out excess fabric. 



Step 2: Begin on the left at the widest point (sleeve side), to the same point on the other side using the cuff edge as a guide.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

 
Raise: If the top button of the jacket is lower than you prefer, this alteration will raise the button closer to your preference. Keep in mind all buttons on the jacket will move due to this change. Simply measure the distance you would like it raised and select the proper input.

Lower: If the top button of the jacket is higher than you prefer, this alteration will lower the button closer to your preference. Keep in mind all buttons on the jacket will move due to this change. Simply measure the distance you would like it lowered and select the proper input.

HOW TO MEAUSRE

Back leaning posture: A posture is considered backward leaning if the shoulder stance tilts backwards compared with the rest of the torso, causing the back of the jacket to be longer than the front. This alteration will increase the length of the jacket in the front and shorten the length of the jacket in the back to balance the hemline. 

Forward leaning posture: A posture is considered forward leaning if the shoulder stance tilts forward compared with the rest of the torso, causing the front of the jacket to be longer than the back. This alteration will increase the jacket's length in the back and shorten it in the front to balance the hemline.

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Trousers

HOW TO MEAUSRE


1) Lay the completely buttoned & zipped trouser flat on a table face up, use your hands to gently extend and flatten out the fabric.






2) Begin by measuring from the edge of the waistband, down to the 1cm/0.5in point. 
Make note of this point.

 

3) Starting at the left edge, measure the waistband at the 1cm point noted in step two, all the way to the right side.
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HOW TO MEAUSRE

1) Lay the completely buttoned & zipped trouser flat on a table face up, use your hands to gently extend and flatten out the fabric. 

2) Measure from the lower point the left pocket (point 1), then to the end of the zipper (point 2), and then to lower point of the right pocket (point 3).

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

1) Lay the trousers flat on their side.




2) Fold the top leg above the waistband, exposing the crotch seams. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten the fabric.




3) Begin where the left and right inseams meet, measure downward along inseam to the edge of the hem.

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

1) Lay the completely buttoned & zipped trouser flat on a table facing up and slightly spread the legs to expose the inseams. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten out the fabric.

2) Begin by measuring from the crotch downward along the right inseam to the 8cm/3in point. 
Make note of this point.




3) Measure across. 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Lay the trousers on a flat surface.
 


Step 2: Fold the top leg above the waistband, exposing the crotch seams. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten the fabric.

 

 

Step 3: Begin from the crotch seam, and measure down 45 cm/17 in point. Make a note of this point. 

 

Step 4: Beginning at the left edge of the pant leg, measure across at the previously marked 45cm/17in point. Be sure to avoid any slack on the measuring tape. 

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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Step 1: Lay the trousers on a flat surface.

Step 2: Fold the top leg above the waistband, exposing the crotch seams. Use your hands to gently extend and flatten the fabric.
 
 
 
Step 3: Begin from the crotch seam, and measure all the way down to the end of the trousers. 
 
Step 4: Measure the length across the hem. 
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ADVANCED SIZE OPTIONS

HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure from the top of the waistband all the way down to the crotch (where the inseams meet). 
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HOW TO MEAUSRE

Measure from the top of the waistband along the rear seam to the crotch (where the inseams meet).
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