1. Start your tape measure at the back corner of one shoulder, just below where your clavicle ends.
2. Run it across the top of your shoulders, behind your neck and to the back corner of the other shoulder.
3. Make sure the tape follows the outline of the back touching the underside of the collar. Do not pull the tape measure tight.
1. Put the tape where the shoulders seams join with those of the neck.
2. Keep the tape vertically leaning on the back.
3. Measure until mid posterior.
1. Run the tape measure around the fullest part of your waist.
2. Make sure the measuring tape remains aligned along the back.
1. Run the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest, underneath both your arms. Lower your arms to record the measurement once the tape measure is in place.
2. Make sure the measuring tape remains aligned along the back. Don’t flex your chest muscles.
1. Start your tape measure from the same point on your shoulder where you measured your shoulder width.
2. Keep the tape vertically leaning on the arm.
3. Slide your tape measure down your arm to your wrist.
1. Place the tape at the lowest point of the crotch.
1. Measure from your belt-line to the side of your foot in shoes.
2. Beware the tape leans on the leg.
3. Measure up to the point where you want the trousers to arrive.
TROUSERS FRONT CROTCH
1. Put the tape above the belt-line near the button.
2. Beware the tape is aligned. Run till the inner part of the crotch.
1. Place the measuring tape around the waist, above the hipbone, where you would naturally place the waistband of your pants.
1. Place the meter in the most prominent part of the buttock.
1. Make sure that the tape measure remains aligned.