Women's Dress Size Chart:
Ladies Tux Shirt Size Chart:
Women's Tux Pants:
Men's Tux Shirts: (directions below)
Men's Tux Pants:
How To: Measuring a Man’s shirt:
To decipher your neck size, have the person assisting you position the measuring tape just under the Adam's apple. Starting there, carefully wrap the measuring tape around the neck so that it is at the height where your neck and shoulders meet, or where a collar would be. Just make sure the measuring tape is not too loose or too tight around the neck. You can also take your favorite dress shirt and measure from the center of the button hole to the middle of the button on the opposite side of the collar. Standard and slim fit dress shirts often have a size run of 14 to 19 1/2 inches.
Most shirts are sized by neck and sleeve length, so arms are next. Stand up straight, look directly ahead, and find the largest vertebra at the base of the neck, or where a T-shirt collar hits. Start the measuring tape there with one hand on your hip. Have your helper carefully run the measuring tape from the neck to the shoulder, down the top of your bent arm and to the center of the wrist, level with your wrist bone. Repeat this method on the opposite arm, as measurements can differ from one arm to the next. You can also measure this on your favorite dress shirt laid flat. Most shirts range from a 32- to 38-inch sleeve length.