Look sharp all day long in this exceptionally tailored suit. With a coordinating pant, this suit is as polished as they come.
Flat-front skinny slacks complete this updated look.
Extra slim fit; Form-fitting all over.
- Narrow notch lapels, two button front,
- Interior welt pockets; Full, silky lining
- Welt chest pocket; Flap hand pockets; Center back vent
- Matching pants; Imported
Four buttons vest with trim.
Extra slim flat front trousers lined to the knee
Unfinished hem with 14″ leg circumference
Item Sku USVR-4
To get accurate measurements, you will need a soft measuring tape and a friend or partner to help out.
Chest Measurement Wrap the tape measure around your torso. Go underneath your arms, across your shoulder blades, and over the largest part of your chest. The chest measurement is usually the size of the coat. For a more relaxed fit, add 1 inch to the total measurement.
Over Arm Measurement Keep your arm down at your side and place the measuring tape exactly in the same place as the chest measurement you just took, but include the arms in this measurement.
If your over arm measurement is more than 7 inches larger than your chest measurement, the over arm measurement trumps the chest measurement. In this case, your suit size needs to match your over arm measurement.
Your over arm measurement is important, particularly if it is larger than your chest measurement. If this is the case, you will need to fit your chest and upper arm rather than rely on the chest measurement alone. For example, if your chest measurement is 40 inches and the over arm measurement is 49 inches (remember, you subtract 7 from the over arm measurement), you will likely want to start with a size 42 to accommodate your larger upper arms and shoulder width.
Waist measurement Place the tape around your waist just below the navel. This is the height at which trousers are worn. Make sure the tape is comfortable for you