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Vests and Tops Back Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

VESTS & TOPS

STEP #1

PREPARATION:

Make sure that your team members are wearing any undergarments that they will be wearing under their vest or top when you are measuring.

STEP #2

PREPARATION:

Make sure that the same person is measuring the entire team using a cloth measuring tape for the most consistent results.

STEP #3

MEASURING:

Measure the chest width under the arms at the fullest part of the chest like shown on the model in the illustration to the left.

STEP #4

SIZING:

Use the chest measurement range in the chart below to find the size that will be the best fit.

HELPFUL TIPS

• The chest measurement is the only measurement you will need to order the correct size.

• These uniforms are handmade and therefore the actual garment width may vary up to 1".

• It is always best to size up and have the garment taken in if necessary, but if you would like a tighter fit size down one size.

• Not all midriff or halter styles are available in youth sizes.

• If you are matching a previous order it is best to let your Customer Service Representative know.

• Sizing on custom uniforms will only be guaranteed if "Fit Right" samples are ordered in the style of the uniform prior to placing your order.

Vests and Tops Back Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

LENGTH ALTERATIONS

Additional charge and production time will be incurred for all alterations. ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CUSTOM STYLES

STEP #1

MEASURING:

Once you've found your size use the REGULAR or MIDRIFF length row in the chart below to measure your vest or top length. For both REGULAR and MIDRIFF length vests and tops, start measuring from the back of the neck at the point were the shoulders align as in the illustration above. If you would like to shorten or lengthen your style you can do so in 1" increments up to 4" for lengthing and up to 2" for shortening. Top and vest lengths may vary from style to style, so it is best to order a Fit Right sample before ordering.

 

Skirts and Skorts Measuring Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

SKIRTS & SKORTS

STEP #1

PREPARATION:

Make sure that your team members are wearing any undergarments that they will be wearing under their uniforms when you are measuring.

STEP #2

PREPARATION:

Make sure that the same person is measuring the entire team using a cloth measuring tape for the most consistant results.

STEP #3

MEASURING:

Have the individual bend at the waist to either the left or right to find the natural waistline.

STEP #4

SIZING:

Use the waist measurement range in the chart below to find the size that will be the best fit.

HELPFUL TIPS

• The waist measurement is the only measurement you will need to order the correct size.

• These uniforms are handmade and therefore the actual garment width may vary up to 1".

• It is always best to size up and have the garment taken in if necessary, but if you would like a tighter fit size down one size.

• Low-rise styles are not recommended for youth.

• If you are matching a previous order it is best to let your Customer Service Representative know.

• Sizing on custom uniforms will only be guaranteed if "Fit Right" samples are ordered in the style of the uniform prior to placing your order.

Skirts and Skorts Measuring Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

LENGTH ALTERATIONS

Additional charge and production time will be incurred for all alterations. ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CUSTOM STYLES

STEP #1

MEASURING:

Once you've found your size use the REGULAR and LOW-RISE length row in the chart below to measure your skirt length. For REGULAR RISE length skirts start measuring from the natural waist down on the side to find the approximate length. For LOW-RISE skirts start by measuring an inch down from natural waist line. If you would like to shorten or lengthen your style you can do so in 1" increments up to 6" for lengthing and up to 3" for shortening. Skirt and skort lengths may vary from style to to style so it is best to order a sample before ordering.

Jackets Measuring Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

FITTED JACKETS

STEP #1

PREPARATION:

Make sure that your team members are wearing what they will be wearing underneath the jacket when you are measuring.

STEP #2

PREPARATION:

Make sure that the same person is measuring the entire team using a cloth measuring tape for the most consistent results.

STEP #3

MEASURING:

Measure the chest width under the arms at the fullest part of the chest like shown on the model in the illustration at the Top.

STEP #4

SIZING:

Use the chest measurement range in the chart below to find the size that will be the best fit.

HELPFUL TIPS

 • The chest measurement is the only measurement you will need to order the correct size.

• These jackets are handmade and therefore the actual garment width may vary up to 1".

• It is always best to size up and have the garment taken in if necessary, but if you would like a tighter fit size down one size.

• If you matching a previous order it is best to let your Customer Service Representative know.

• Sizing on custom jackets will only be guaranteed if "Fit Right" samples are ordered in the style of the uniform prior to placing your order.

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

LENGTH ALTERATIONS

Additional charge and production time will be incurred for all alterations. ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CUSTOM STYLES

STEP #1

MEASURING:

Once you've found your size use the length row in the chart below to measure your jacket length. Start measuring from the back of the neck at the point were collar seam is as in the illustration above. If you would like to shorten or lengthen your style you can do so in 1" increments up to 4" for lengthing and up to 2" for shortening. The same amount increment you add or subtract to the body of your jacket will be added or subtracted from the sleeve length.

Pants Measuring Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

TEAM PANTS

STEP #1

PREPARATION:

Make sure that your team members are wearing what they will be wearing underneath their pants when you are measuring.

STEP #2

PREPARATION:

Make sure that the same person is measuring the entire team using a cloth measuring tape for the most consistant results.

STEP #3

MEASURING:

Measure just above the belly button. These pants are NOT a low rise fit and worn at the belly button.

STEP #4

SIZING:

Use the waist measurement range in the chart below to find the size that will be the best fit.

HELPFUL TIPS

• These pants are handmade and therefore the actual garment width may vary up to 1".

• It is always best to size up and have the garment taken in if necessary, but if you would like a tighter fit size down one size.

• If you matching a previous order it is best to let your Customer Service Representative know.

• Sizing on custom pants will only be guaranteed if "Fit Right" samples are ordered in the style of the uniform prior to placing your order.

Pants Alterations Illustration

HOW TO MEASURE FOR

LENGTH ALTERATIONS

Additional charge and production time will be incurred for all alterations. ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CUSTOM STYLES

STEP #1

MEASURING:

Once you've found your size use the inseam row in the chart below to measure the approximate length or your pant. Measure from the crotch down on the inside is the leg. If you would like to shorten or lengthen your style you can do so in 1" increments up to 4" for lengthing and up to 2" for shortening. Pant lengths may vary from style to style, so it is best to order a Fit Right sample before ordering.


Fitted and Relaxed Fit Pant Images