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Hiki’s Made To Measure service further advances the personalization and signature attention to detail. In addition to offering fabrics from an exclusive selection, the service provides for customizable options with finishes and details and allows for personal tailoring according to the client’s individual measurements. Each garment is impeccably tailored for a truly unique experience.

 

Made To Measure service takes extra $20-40 (price depends on specific item) for each item and delivered in 2-3 weeks of ordering.

 

If you need this service, please Contact Us, let us know all detailed size of item you need, we will send money request to you.

 

Garment Measurement Guide

We prefer customer to provide partial garment measurements.

Carefully to follow our garment measurement guide is important. All measurements should be taken to the nearest half (0.5) centimeter or quarter (0.25) inch. Both measuring units, "cm" and "inch", are acceptable.

Measure your best fitting Tunic

 

 

Measure your best fitting tunic

1. Collar

Make sure to lay the collar flat, measure from the center of the buttonhole to the button center.

2. Chest

Lay the tunic flat and buttoned, measure from the left seam to the right seam just below the armhole, then multiply this measurement by 2.

3. Sleeve

Make sure to lay the sleeve flat, measure from shoulder-sleeve joint to the end of the cuff.

4. Shoulder

Wear the tunic, measure across the top of the shoulder between the arm seams. Make sure to take the curved contour and pass the point about 1cm straight below the center of the back collar.

5. Bicep

Measure the width of the sleeve at the upper arm position, multiply this measurement by 2

6. Back length

Make sure to lay the tunic flat, measure from the middle of the back collar seam straight down to the bottom edge.

 

Measure your best fitting Trousers

 

 

Measure your best fitting Trousers

1. Waist

Lay the trousers flat and buttoned, measure from the left seam to the right seam at the middle of the waistband, then multiply this measurement by 2.

2. Out seam

Lay the trousers flat, measure from the top of the waistband straight down to the end of the bottom.

3. Inseam

Lay the trousers flat, measure from the crotch straight down to the end of the bottom.

4. Thigh

Lay the trousers flat, measure from the bottom of the crotch to the right seam, multiply this measurement by 2.

 

 Measure your best fitting Overcoat

 

Measure your best fitting Overcoat

1. Chest

Lay the coat flat and buttoned, measure from the left seam to the right seam just below the armhole, multiply this measurement by 2.

2. Sleeve length

Make sure to lay the sleeve flat, measure from shoulder-sleeve joint to the end of the cuff.

3. Shoulder

Wear the jacket, measure across the top of the shoulder between the arm seams. Make sure to take the curved contour and pass the point about 1cm straight below the center of the back collar.

4. Full length

Lay the coat flat, measure from the middle of the back collar seam straight down to the bottom edge.

5. Bicep

Measure the width of the sleeve at the upper arm position, multiply this measurement by 2.

 

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