Whether garments are for ladies, men or unisex, it is important to measure each member of staff correctly. That way a fit as close to made to measure as possible is ensured. The tape should fit comfortably - snug but not tight. Dont worry about adding anything for movement - all our designs take this into account.
|Chef Coats and Jackets|
|Unisex Chest (in).||32-34||36-38||40-42||44-46||48-50|
|Centre Back Length (in.)||29||30||31||31 1/2|
|Dress and Banded Collar Shirt|
|Unisex Chest (in).||34-36||38-40||42-44||46-48|
|Collar (in)||14 - 14 1/2||15 - 15 1/2||16 - 16 1/2||17 - 17 1/2|
|Out Seam||44 (in) unfinished length or Please specify at the order.|
|Chef Hats SIZE CHART|
|Universal Size with adjustable welcrow/Elastic|
Every aspect of your garment will be cut and tailored uniquely to your personal 'pattern' to ensure you look your best and feel totally comfortable and confident. You may provide us your measurements by:
Asking a friend to help measure you (you'll find instructions of how to take measurements accurately below).
Measuring tape should be placed around neck where the centre of the collar would be if you were wearing a shirt, just below the adams apple so that it is snug but not too tight.
Stand relaxed with your hands down by your side. The measuring tape should be placed around your body over your shirt, close up under your arms and across your shoulder blades. Tape should be held firm against the body but not too tight.
The measuring tape should be placed around the waist over the shirt holding the tape firm against body, but not too tight.
Make sure to empty your pockets before taking this measurement. Tape should be placed around the fullest part of the hips over the trouser seat and held firm against the body but not too tight.
Put on a shirt that is a comfortable fit. Take your full shoulder measurement from where the seam on the sleeve joins the back left side to where the seam on the sleeve joins the back right side
The tape should be held at the front of the body, with the top of the tape placed on the shoulder seam. Measurement should be taken from 1 inch (2.5cm) above the tip of the thumb.
With arm straight and hand in a loose fist, tape should be placed at the shoulder seam and measurement taken from the knuckle of the little finger less 1.5 inches (3.75cm).
Measure the actual wrist size. If you wear a medium size watch add a 1" to that wrist for heavier watches add .5 inch