Lapel Buttons Tuxedos Man Groom Wear Coat and Pant As the picture

Lapel Buttons Tuxedos Man Groom Wear Coat and Pant As the picture

Regular price $119.99 USD

COLOR
As the Picture
Jacket Advised
SIZE (Length Unit: CM )
 
S
M
L
 
46A
48A
50A
Jacket Height
165-170
170-175
175-180
Jacket Length
76
78
80
Jacket Chest
107
110
113
Jacket Shoulder
46
48
49
Jacket Sleeves
60
62
64
Pants Advised
SIZE (Length Unit: CM )
Pants Length
110
112
114
Pants Waist
76
80
84
Pants  Hip
104
108
112
Pants Cortch
26
27
28
CONDITION
100% Brand New / Without any Accessories
REMARK
Please note that due to limitations in photography and the inevitable differences in monitor
settings, the colors shown in the photograph may not correspond 100% to
those in the items themselves.
FABRIC
T/C
How to Measure Yourself:

 

Follow the How to measure yourself guide below and then choose the size that best matches from the chart below. 
Tip: 
· Always get someone else to take your measurements; don't try to measure yourself.
· Take your measurements over a single layer of clothing (like a shirt) for a better fit.
· Take care that the measuring tape is not too tight when you measure. For best results, the tape should be slack enough to easily rotate around your arm, but tight enough so that it won't easily slide up and down your arm.

 

 

 

1: Neck
Take a skin tight measurement around your neck, just below your Adam's apple.
2: Shoulder
With both arms down by your side, measurement taken from the tip of the left shoulder point, along the top of the shoulder just below the base of the collar, to the tip of the right shoulder.
3:Chest
This measurement should be taken just under the arms, closely around the body.
4: Overarm
Around the body in the same manner and position where the chest was measured, but this time including both arms.
5: Waist
Measure closely around the body at your natural waist level.
6: Hip
Measure around your hips and buttocks at their widest point on a pair of well-fitting trousers (not jeans). Make sure your pockets are empty and the tape is not restrictive. As a guide, you should not make the tape too snug. You only just be able to feel the tape when measuring.
7: Sleeve
With arm relaxed at side and elbow slightly bent, measure from center back of neck, over point of shoulder, and down outside of arm past elbow to wrist.
As a guide, you should not make the tape too snug. You only just be able to feel the tape when measuring.
8: Jacket Length
Measure down the back from the base of the collar to the length required.
9: Inseam
Measure from the lowest part of the crotch of your trousers (not jeans), keeping the measure taut, down to where you wish the bottom of the trousers to end. Please bear in mind the fit you want over the shoe as this will affect the desired length.
10: Pants Length
Measure from the top of the waistband on a pair of trousers (not jeans), keeping the measure taut, down to where you wish the bottom of the trousers to end. Please bear in mind the fit you want over the shoe as this will affect the desired length.