Self-Measuring Guide

STEP 01

Circle with a measuring tape around your waistline.

STEP 02

Stand shoulder width and circle with a measuring tape around the widest part of your hips - do this in front of a mirror if possible

STEP 03

Measure Outseam length
by running the measuring
tape along the outseam from the waist point to the end
of the hem.

STEP 04

Measure Inseam length by running the measuring tape along the inseam from the
crotch joining points to the
end of the hem.

 

For higher rise, lower rise or longer trousers, please refer to the guidelines below:

HIGH RISE:
If you want a higher rise, please add
the measurement to the outseam only.

Eg.

Outseam 38” - Inseam” 28” =

Rise height is 10”

Outseam 38” + 1”=39” - Inseam 28” = Rise height is 11”

LOW RISE:

If you want a lower rise, please add measurement to the Inseam only.
Eg.

Outseam 38” - Inseam” 28” =
Rise height is 10”

Outseam 38” - Inseam 28” + 1 =29” = Rise height is 9”

 

TROUSER LENGTH ADJUSTMENTS:

If you want a longer trouser length please add measurement to both the outseam and inseam measurements. Likewise, if you want to shorten the trouser length

STEP 05

Note the widest point of your both calves with a measuring tape.

STEP 06

Measure Leg opening by running the measuring tape across the hem line. Please multiple the measurement
by 2 when inputting the leg opening measurement.

NOTICE*

Ideally the leg opening should be
similar to your calf measurements. However we will adjust your leg
opening measurement if we find the given measurement is out of proportion to your hip and calf measurements.

 

E.g

If your hip measurement reads 40”,
calf measurement reads 14”, and the
leg opening given is 14”, we will adjust the leg opening to 15.5” to 16” as it will be more proportionate to the hip.

STEP 07

For the optimal trouser balance, please stand with feet and toes touching, get someone’s assistance to place fingers between both knee caps and note the number of fingers that comfortably fit.

 

Ie. 1-5 fingers and please indicate in the notes.