Preferred fit allows us to make an appropriate measurement allowance for your custom-made garments.
The jacket is slim through the shoulders, chest, and waist. Narrower sleeves with higher armholes. Pants sit on the waist with a slim fit through hips and thighs. Narrow leg opening. The vest is slim through the chest, waist, and sweep. Higher armholes. The shirt is slim cut in chest and waist with higher armholes and tapered sleeves.
The jacket is slim through the shoulders, chest, and waist. Regular sleeves and armholes. Pants sit on the waist with a slim fit through hips and thighs. Tapered leg opening. The vest is slim through the chest, waist, and sweep. Higher armholes. The shirt is generous cut through the chest and waist with relaxed armholes and fuller sleeves.
The jacket is a regular fit through the shoulders. Relaxed fit through chest and waist. Corresponding armholes and sleeves. Pants sit on the waist with a relaxed fit through hips and thighs. Straight leg opening. The wearer has plenty of room for flexibility and comfort. The suit shapes the body well, and it is NOT baggy. The vest is relaxed through the chest, waist, and sweep. Lower armholes. The shirt is generous cut with extra room all around with relaxed armholes and sleeve openings.
To measure the back chest put your tape on the armhole seam at the back where it starts to curve inward armpit. Measure straight across to another end. In the picture shown the back chest is 17.5 inches.
To measure the armhole measure the circumference of your arm-body socket. Measure as indicated in the picture. Few lines discrepancy is not an issue. In the picture shown armhole measurement is 17 inches.
To measure for pants waist, have the tape follow the top of your pants the whole way round with enough room for a finger or two. Your measured size could be an inch or two different from the label size.