Find Your Size
We try to measure as accurately as possible. Measurements are the fabric when laying flat. Keep in mind you will need to account for comfort in your measurements. The vintage old sizes are not the same as modern sizing. When measuring for fit, please follow these instructions to ensure your measurements will work. We measure items in their unstretched state (if it stretches) unless description says otherwise. We measure exactly not approximately so keep that in mind when measuring yourself.
We usually take measurements while the item is laying flat and unstretched.
This is the way we measure:
These measurements are for: (T-Shirts, Shirts, Sweaters, Sweatshirts, Vests & Jackets)
A- Armpit to armpit: is measured from underarm, across the chest to the other underarm.
B- Armpit to arm cuff: is measured from underarm to the end of the sleeve.
C-Shoulder to arm cuff: is measured from shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve.
D- Collar to arm cuff: is measured from collar to the end of the sleeve.
E- Shoulder to shoulder: is measured from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.
F- Top to bottom: is measured from collar to straight down the back hem.
These measurements are for: (Jeans, Pants & Shorts)
A-Waist: is measured from across where a normal waist would fall and then doubled.
B- Inseam: is measured from the crotch to the bottom hem.
C- Hem: (Used for bell bottoms and flares) is measured from one hem side to the other side and then doubled.
D- Top to bottom: is measured from the top of pants to the bottom hem.
E- Hip: is measured from one side of the hip area to the other side and then doubled.
These measurements are for: (Hats & Caps)
A- Head: is measured from the head side to the other head side and then doubled.
B- Length: is measured from top to bottom.
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