Created for the man who wants to make a bold style statement, this ultra slim dinner jacket features all over gold and res flower design.
A tailored, form-fitting cut and sleek satin lapels give this crisp jacket an insanely handsome look. Pair it with any color dress pants for a statement-making set.
- Extra slim – form fitting all over
- Satin peak lapels; One button closure; Welt chest pocket
- Long sleeves with button cuffs; Welt hand pockets
- Interior pockets; Lined
- Center back vent; Straight hem
- Polyester; Dry clean
Size Chest Sleeve Neck XS 33.5-35.5 31.25-31.75 13-13.5 S 36.5-38.5 32-32.5 14-14.5 M 39.5-41.5 32.75-33.25 15-15.5 L 42.5-44.5 33.5-34 16-16.5 XL 45.5-48.5 34.25-35 17-17.5 XXL 49.5-52.5 35.25-36 18-18.5
How to Measure
Using a cloth measuring tape, measure over the undergarments you will be wearing with the style you are ordering.
If you don’t have a measuring tape, simply use a piece of string then line it up against a yardstick.
Lift your arms slightly and measure around your body, crossing over the fullest part of your chest.
Measure around your waist at the narrowest point.
Stand with your heels together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Measure a similar style of well-fitting pants from the crotch/rise seam along the inside leg to the hem.
Measure a shirt collar that fits you well. lay collar flat and measure from center of collar button to far end of collar buttonhole.
With forearm parallel to chest, measure from center back of neck around the elbow to the wrist bone. you can also use a well-fitting shirt, fold at shoulder and measure the same as above.
How to Measure
To measure your foot length, sit down on a chair and place your foot flat on a piece of paper. Trace the foot by holding a pencil vertically and outlining the foot. The longest toe and back of heel are the most important measurements. Using a ruler, measure the distance from the bottom of the heel to the tip of the longest toe. Record the result in both inches and centimeters and use these measurements to find your size in the chart. If one foot is larger than the other, the measurements for the larger foot should be used.