The Jacket here is made of the finest quality available! Argyll Tweed Jacket is the traditional outfit for formal evening wear events such as dinners, balls, or parties. The Customize Argyll Kilt Jacket is traditionally worn with a Scottish tartan Kilt, socks, and Ghillie brogues. A Full Dress Sporran Looks Amazing with the Argyll Kilt Jacket. This Jacket is made to the highest specifications by trained professionals. This is a custom-made jacket so you can order any size.
1-Shoulder to shoulder
Put on a well-fitting suit jacket. Keep your arms at your side. Measure from shoulder joint till the end where other shoulder body ends.
Measure loosely around your "True Waist" at your naval while dressed in a shirt.
Lift your arms and wrap the tape measure around your chest at the widest point. Put your arms down. Stand tall and "at ease." Do not over-inflate your chest. Just stand and breathe normally. Measure loosely around the chest at underarm height while wearing a t-shirt.
4- Sleeve Length
Put on a well-fitting suit jacket. Keep your arms at your side. Measure from the shoulder seam (the top of the sleeve where it meets the jacket body) to the cuff. If you do not have a suit jacket, measure from the edge of the shoulder, down your arm to where you'd like the sleeve to end. Typically, jacket sleeves end 1.5" to 2" above the base knuckle of the thumb, breaking at the wrist or slightly lower. Roughly 1/4" to 1/2" of shirt sleeve should show below the cuff of the jacket.
5- Back length
Stand straight and ask your partner to measure your body from the backside, it will be from the end of your collar till your waist point. Don't include lapels in case of prince charlie jacket we will include it following coat length.