Garment Measurement

Garment measurement is the simplest and most commonly provided measurement.Our experience with other measurement methods has never been as accurate and satisfying as measuring a pair of well-fitting jeans and tweaking them to fit them better.

Useful tips for perfect measurement.

  1. Get a loose measuring tape either in inches or cm
  2. Be careful to start measuring with a tape and keep it firm.
  3. Measure your jeans laying flat on a table – zip them up and button them.
  4. Take a piece of paper and a pen and record the results.
  5. You can modify the measurements to make them more suitable.
  6. Do not provide any measurement according to label sizes.

Once you place the order we will check all your measurments and see if they are in proportion before making your jeans.

Waist Measurement

Flatten the jeans so that the front and back waist lines are parallel to form a straight line.Start at the edge — use your index finger and thumb to keep the tape in a straight line.Measure it.Multiply that by 2 and you get the full waist circumference.

Measure your jeans from point A to B and then multiply by 2. Please do not provide the label size of the jeans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hip Measurement

When you measure the jeans, they should be elongated without wrinkles.The crotch used to be centered and crossed from one side to the other.Twice as much as this measure.This is a measurement of the seat or the seat of the hip.You don’t need to measure from the stitch, but from the side to the other side.Now let’s double this.
Measure your jeans from point A to B and then multiply by 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thigh Measurement
The fabric should be flat and crease-free. Please look carefully at the placement of the tape measure. Measure from 1 inch below the crotch seam edge to the opposite edge of any thigh. Then multiply it by 2.
Place the jeans flat on the surface exactly as shown in the image and then measure from point A to B and then multiply by 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Length Measurement
The out seam is the entire length of the jeans…measured from the top of the waist…down the side- all the way down to the leg opening.
Place the jeans flat on the surface exactly as shown in the image and then measure from point A to B.
Please do not provide the length mentioned in the label size of the garment. Actual length of the jeans and what is shown on the label may differ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Front Rise Measurement
Measure from the crotch seam to the top of the front waistband seam of the jeans. Place the jeans flat on the surface as shown in the image and then measure from point A to B.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back Rise Measurement
Turn the image of jeans around and pull it out as shown in the image. The back rise is from the crotch seam to the top of waistband in the back. Place the jeans flat on the surface as shown in the image and then measure from point A to B.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knee Measurement
Measure 13 inches from the crotch down the inside seam of the leg. From this point (13 inches down from the crotch) measure from one side of the pant leg to the other (the width of the knee). Double this measurement.
Place the jeans flat on the surface as shown in the image. Measure 13 inches down from point A to B and then measure from point B to point C and then multiply by 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bottom – leg opening
This is where the foot come out. Measure your legs from one side to the other.Twice as much as this measure.
Place the jeans flat on the surface as shown in the image and then measure from point A to B and then multiply it by 2.
While you’re measuring, if you have any other preferences for your new jeans, you can modify the measurements accordingly. For example if the length of your jeans as you measured above is 38 inches but you want your new jeans to be couple of inches longer simply write down the length measurement as 40 inches rather than 38 inches