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Suit in popular shade of blue. Classic design with two buttons and two straight pockets. Perfect for salary negotiations. Match with brown shoes.
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Choose Suit Style
Single Breasted 1 Button
Single Breasted 2 Button
Single Breasted 3 Button
Double Breasted 2 Button
Double Breasted 4 Button
Double Breasted 6 Button
Choose Suit Fitting
Choose Suit Lapel
Choose Suit Pocket Style
Double Welted x3
Slant Double Welted
Slanted Flap x3
With Flap x3
Choose Suit Sleeve Button
Choose Suit Back Style
Choose Suit Breast Pocket
Patched x2 Pocket
Choose Pant Fitting
Choose Suit Pant Pleats
Choose Suit Pant Fastening
Off Centered Buttonless
Choose Suit Pant Side Pocket
Diagonal Side Pocket
Rounded Side Pocket
Choose Suit Pant Back Pocket
Patched Pocket x2
Flap Pocket x2
Double Welted Pocket With Button
Double Welted Pocket With Button x2
Choose Suit Pant Cuff
No Pant Cuff
With Pant Cuff
Choose Suit Extra Pant
No Extra Pant
Yes Extra Pant + SGD150
Choose Suit Waistcoat Style
Diagonal Waistcoat + SGD180
Rounded Waistcoat + SGD180
Straight Waistcoat + SGD180
Choose Suit Waistcoat Lapel
Measure between the outermost edges of the shoulders. Good reference points for the start and end are the seams on the edge of the shoulders. Measure across, close to the lowest part of the shirt collar.
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Measure around the chest where it is largest, right across the nipples. Breathe normally. Note that this measurement should betaken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
Measure around the stomach, in line with the navel. Breathe normally. Note that this measurement should be taken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
Measure around the largest point of the buttocks. Note that this measurement should be taken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
Start at the middle of the shoulder. A good reference for the starting point is the shoulder seam of your shirt. Measure straight down to the middle of the thumb, or where you want the jacket to end. Breathe normally.
Measure around the widest part of the bicep. Let your arm hang relaxed down by your side. Note that this measurement should be taken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
From the outermost edge of the shoulder, same point as the shoulder measurement, measure down to the start of the thumb. The arm should hang straight down.
Measure around the wrist directly below the wrist joint. Note that this measurement should be taken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
Start at the middle of the shoulder. A good reference for the starting point is the shoulder seam of your shirt. Measure straight down to the waistline of your trousers. Measured this way the waistline of the trousers will be right below the lowest button on the waistcoat.
This measurement determines the waistline of your trousers. Measure around the waist, at the point where you want your trousers to rest. Take this trouser measurement first, as some other measurements use the waist point as reference. If you are wearing a belt, remove it for this measurement. A helpful tip is to wear a pair of trousers that fit you well at the waist.
Measure from the desired waistline in the front to the desired waistline in the back. If in doubt about the tightness of this measurement, take it while wearing a pair of trousers that fit you well.
The thigh measurement should be taken level with the lowest point of the U-measurement. At this point, measure around the thigh. Note that this measurement should be taken with a finger inside the measuring tape.
Measure down the outside of the leg. Start at the desired waist level and measure down to where you want the trousers to end. We strongly recommend taking this measurement with shoes on. A good reference for the endpoint is the top of the heel of your shoe. If you are not wearing shoes, measure down to the ground.
This measurement determines the circumference of the trousers. This measurement is taken at the bottom of the trouser leg. Note that this measurement should give the circumference of the trouser leg, not your ankle.