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Measurements for North Hollywood Tuxedo Rentals

Gregory's Tuxedo Shop
12051 Magnolia Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91607
818-980-5480

Measurements & Sizing
You can try to fit yourself by following the directions below and use the sizing chart as a guide. If you don't have a measuring tape you can click on the link below to print yourself a measuring tape. Or you can also scroll down to the bottom of this page and find a printable form you can bring to your local Tuxedo shop for a courtesy fitting. Click here to print out a measuring tape (185 KB PDF).

Measurements
Chest
Make sure you are not wearing a bulky sweater or coat. Measure all the way around your chest high beneath your underarms. Insert a finger between your chest and the tape (about 1/2 an inch) for a comfortable fit. This is your chest measurement.

Height
From the top of your head all the way to the floor (without shoes). Use the chart below to determine what coat length you will fit.
Coat Length Height
Short 5'8" or less
Regular 5'9" to 6'
Long 6' to 6'3"
X-Long 6'4 and over
chest
Sizing
Use the sizing guide below to help your determine your fit. (NOTE: although this chart is accurate for many of our customers, we cannot guarantee that it will work for everyone since people come in different shapes and sizes.) Since sizing is an art and not a science we do have a 30 day no questions asked returns and exchange policy.

The simplest way to determine your coat size is with your height and weight. Follow the simple instructions above to get your measurements if you don't have them and follow the chart below to find your size. For further assistance or if you have any other questions feel free to call our customer service number at 1(888)968-4889 (4TUX).
Men's Coat Size Chart
Short Coats
COAT CHEST OVERARM WAIST HIP INSEAM NECK SLEEVE HEIGHT WEIGHT
34 S 32-34 40-42 26-28 32-34 < 30.5 14-15.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 105-115
35S 33-35 41-43 27-29 33-35 < 30.5 14-15.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 115-125
36S 34-36 42-44 27-30 33-36 < 30.5 14-15.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 125-135
37S 35-37 43-45 28-31 34-37 < 30.5 14.5-15.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 135-145
38S 36-38 44-46 29-32 35-38 < 30.5 14.5-15.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 145-155
39S 37-39 45-47 30-33 36-39 < 30.5 15-16.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 155-165
40S 38-40 46-48 30-34 36-40 < 30.5 15-16.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 160-170
41S 39-41 47-49 31-35 37-41 < 30.5 15.5-16.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 170-180
42S 40-42 48-50 32-36 38-42 < 30.5 15.5-16.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 180-190
43S 41-43 49-51 33-37 39-43 < 30.5 16-17.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 190-200
44S 42-44 50-52 34-39 40-45 < 30.5 16-17.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 200-220
46S 44-46 52-54 36-41 42-47 < 30.5 16-17.5 < 33 < 5' 8.5" 210-220
Regular Coats
COAT CHEST OVERARM WAIST HIP INSEAM NECK SLEEVE HEIGHT WEIGHT
34R 32-34 40-42 26-28 32-34 30-33 14-15.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 110-120
35R 33-35 41-43 27-29 33-35 30-33 14-15.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 120-130
36R 34-36 42-44 27-30 33-36 30-33 14-15.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 130-140
37R 35-37 43-45 28-31 34-37 30-33 14.5-15.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 135-145
38R 36-38 44-46 29-32 35-38 30-33 14.5-15.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 145-155
39R 37-39 45-47 30-33 36-39 30-33 15-16.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 155-165
40R 38-40 46-48 30-34 36-40 30-33 15.16.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 160-170
41R 39-41 47-49 31-35 37-41 30-33 15.5-16.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 170-180
42R 40-42 48-50 32-36 38-42 30-33 15.5-16.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 180-190
43R 41-43 49-51 33-37 39-43 30-33 16-17.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 190-200
44R 42-44 50-52 34-40 40-45 30-33 16-17.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 200-210
46R 44-46 52-54 36-42 42-47 30-33 16.5-17.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 210-220
48R 46-48 54-56 38-44 44-50 30-33 17-18.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 220-240
50R 48-50 56-58 40-47 46-53 30-33 17-18.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 240-260
52R 50-52 58-60 42-49 48-54 30-33 17-18.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 260-275
54R 52-54 60-62 44-51 50-56 30-33 18-19.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 275-290
56R 54-56 62-64 46-53 52-58 30-33 18-19.5 33-34 5' 8 - 6" 290-300
Long Coats
COAT CHEST OVERARM WAIST HIP INSEAM NECK SLEEVE HEIGHT WEIGHT
36L 34-36 42-44 27-30 33-36 33-35.5 14-15.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 135-145
37L 35-37 43-45 28-31 34-37 33-35.5 14.5-15.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 140-150
38L 36-38 44-46 29-32 35-38 33-35.5 14.5-15.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 150-160
39L 37-39 45-47 30-33 36-39 33-35.5 15-16.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 155-165
40L 38-40 46-48 30-34 36-40 33-35.5 15-16.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 160-170
41L 39-41 47-49 31-35 37-41 33-35.5 15.5-16.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 170-180
42L 40-42 48-50 32-36 38-42 33-35.5 15.5-16.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 180-190
43L 41-43 49-51 33-37 39-43 33-35.5 16-17.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 190-200
44L 42-44 50-52 34-40 40-45 33-35.5 16-17.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 200-210
46L 44-46 52-54 36-42 42-47 33-35.5 16.5-17.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 210-220
48L 46-48 54-56 38-44 44-50 33-35.5 17.18.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 220-240
50L 48-50 56-58 40-47 46-52 33-35.5 17.18.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 240-260
52L 50-52 58-60 42-49 48-54 33-35.5 17-18.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 260-275
54L 52-54 60-62 44-51 50-56 33-35.5 18-19.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 275-290
56L 56-58 62-64 46-53 52-58 33-35.5 18-19.5 35-36 6' - 6' 3" 290-300
Children's Tuxedo Measurement Chart
Instructions:
  1. When measuring chest measure around under the arms.
  2. When measuring sleeve measure from top of shoulder to wrist.
  3. When measuring out seam measure from waist to floor.
  4. When measuring shoulder measure from shoulder to shoulder straight across back.
Size

Waist

Out Seam Chest Shoulders Neck Sleeve
Small (6 mo) 17 15 23 9.25 10 8.5
Medium (9 mo) 18 16.5 23.5 9.5 10 9.5
Large (12 mo) 18 18 24 9.75 11 10
XL (18 mo) 19 19 24.5 10 11 10.5
Boys 2T (2) 20 20 25 10.25 11 11.5
Boys 3T (3) 21 21.5 26 10.75 11 12.5
Boys 4T (4) 22 24 28 11.5 12 14
Boys 5 23 25 29 12 12 15
Boys 6 22-24 26 30 12.5 13 16
Boys 7 23-24 28 31 13 13 17
Boys 8 23-25 29 32 13.5 14 18
Boys 10 24-26 32 33 14 14 19
Boys 12 25-27 34 34 14.5 15 20
Boys 14 26-28 37 36 15.25 16 21.5
Boys 16 27-29 39 38 16 17 23
Boys 18 28-30 41.5 40 17 17 24
Boys 20 31-33 42 42 17.5 18 25
Shirts
Sleeve
With the arm straight down on your side, measure at the center of the back of your neck across your arm all the way down to about one inch past your wrist. This is your sleeve measurement.

Neck
Measure around the neck at the collar level with a finger in between the tape and the neck (about 1/2 inch) for comfortable fit.
shirt sleeve shirt neck
Trousers
Waist
Make sure there is no bulky material around the waist such as a belt or sweater. Place tape slightly snug around the natural waist (above hipbone) at the level of the navel. This is your waist measurement.

Out Seam
Stand straight, feet together and look forward. Make sure the pants you are wearing are at your natural waist. Place the tape on the right hip at waistband and extended tape down the side of the leg all the way to the floor. This is the out seam measurement
Trousers waist Trousers out stream
Vest
Coat Size Vest Size
36-39 S
40-43 M
44-48 L
50-52 XL
54-56 2XL
58-60 3XL
61-64 4XL
66-68 5XL

Click on the image to get a printable form to take to to your local Tuxedo shop for a complimentary fitting.
Tuxedo sizing printable form

Tuxedos 101 at TuxedosOnline.com

tuxedosonline.com help you select they type of tuxedo for your formal event. How to Select Your Tuxedo
Transcript:
Tuxedos come in 3 types of lapels. The decision you need to make is what type of lapel you want for your tuxedo. I'd like you introduce the most popular of the three lapels first, which is a notch lapel. It is called notch because it has a notch in the lapel. It is the most popular of the three right now, although it is not traditionally the tuxedo as what the tuxedo is defined. A peak lapel is what a tuxedo really was when tuxedos came out. A peak is called that because it has a peak, like a mountain peak, at the lapel that points upward. A one-button peak was the first tuxedo that came out. The reason the peak was the tuxedo is notch lapel was the suit. You're used to seeing two-button notch lapels as different suits. A tuxedo, besides having satin on the lapel, is defined by having a peak lapel. The peak, even though is the most traditional, is not the most popular. In fact, it doesn't sell very well at all right now. If you want tradition, the peak is the way to go. The third type of tuxedo was traditionally not a tuxedo at all; it was traditionally called a dinner jacket. There are two types of dinner jackets: black dinner jacket, which was essentially a black tuxedo with a satin lapel that was a shawl, where the entire lapel was satin. Then the ivory jacket, which is the same type of jacket in ivory color. Traditionally people came home or went to dinner with their suit, took off their suit, and wore a shawl lapel coat for dinner. That's why it's called a dinner jacket. It still sells and rents, but it is not as popular as the notch lapel.
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Tuxedo sizing printable form
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