Blazers (or Sport Coats): Figuring your jacket size is a simple lesson: take ameasuring tape and wrap it around thefullest part of your chest(under your armpits). If you measure 40 inches around your chest, then your chest size is 40 inches and, likewise, your suit jacket size is 40.
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What size coat should I get for my height?
Coat size is equal to your chest size (for example, if your chest is 38 inches, your coat should be a size 38 regular, tall, short or big, depending on your height). Put your arms down and measure around your chest and fullest part of your arms (most prominent part of bicep).
How do you measure a coat for size?
While placing the closed (completely buttoned or zipped) coat on a flat surface, measure the different inseams on the outside of the coat. Common inseams include the bust (chest), waist, hips, neck and sleeve of the coat. Compare these measurements to industry standard sizes.
How do I know what size jacket I Need?
Various body parts need to be measured to find a perfect-fitting jacket: (1) chest, (2) sleeve, (3) shoulder, (4) waist, and (5) jacket length. Once you have these measurements, you need to refer to a jacket size chart (as provided in this article) to find your corresponding clothing size.
What size suit coat will fit me?
Suit coat sizes correspond to the chest size of the wearer, not the measured size of the coat itself. So if you have a 38 chest, a size 38 suit coat should fit you. The chest of the coat will measure 40-42 inches, usually.