A. Base of neck (backside, center)
B. Outside tip of shoulder
C. Outside bend of elbow
D. Wrist or the point at which you prefer the cuff to end
1. Rest your hand on the side of your hip, with elbow bent.
2. Measure as shown in the illustration:
- Start at (A) the backside base of the neck,
- past (B) the shoulder,
- around (C) the elbow,
- to (D) the wrist or point at which you prefer the cuff to end.
The path of the tape measure should follow the outside of the arm.
(or, look for your 'Dress shirt sleeve length' on the size tag of a dress shirt that fits well.)
Keep measuring tape horizontal, wrap around the biggest girth of the chest, keeping the measuring tape up and close to the arm pits.
Measure along the natural contour of the neck, holding the tape measure comfortably against the skin.
With arms relaxed at the sides, wrap around the biggest part of the chest & around both arms.
Measure from the bony protrusion at the back of the base of the neck, straight down the middle of the back, to the level of the knuckles of both hands (resting at the side of the body).
Measure from the midpoint on top of the shoulder, vertically down the front of the body, to the waist line (level of belly button).
Measure from the tip of one shoulder, horizontally across the back, to the tip of the other shoulder.
Keep measuring tape horizontal, wrap around the level of the belly button.
Keep measuring tape horizontal, wrap around the biggest part of the buttocks
Measure around the wrist.
Measure from the top of the shoulder, down the front of the shoulder, under the arm pit, and up the back of the shoulder.
Height Your height in feet & inches