We pride ourselves on our wide selection of clothing for men and women, ranging from casual everyday wear to formal attire. Whether you’re looking for a new pair of jeans, a trendy top, or a classic blazer, we have something for every occasion
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*All measurements above are in CM
Cut to be oversized. If you prefer a tighter fit we recommend you can choose the size below your usual size, although for us we think the oversize look carries the t-shirts best. Our Models are wearing size M and all 6’1 slender build. To help you get the look just right check the body length, chest and shoulder measures below to find the best fit for you.
To ensure the perfect fit, please take accurate measurements using a soft tape measure before purchasing. It may be helpful to enlist the aid of a friend or family member when taking these measurements.
For the shoulder measurement, place the tape measure at the tip of one shoulder and extend it across your back to the tip of the other shoulder, ensuring the tape measure is level and straight.
To measure your chest, pass the tape measure across your back, under your arms and over the widest point of your breastbone, keeping the tape measure level and parallel to the ground. Make sure the tape measure is snug against your body, but not too tight.
To measure your waist, place the tape measure around your natural waistline, at the narrowest point. Make sure the tape measure is snug against your body, but not too tight.
To measure your sleeve length, keep your arm straight by your side and measure from the tip of your shoulder to the base of your thumb.
To measure your natural waistline, place the tape measure around the narrowest point of your waist, making sure it sits snugly against your body without being pulled too tight.
To measure your hips, place the tape measure around the fullest point of your hips, specifically around the hipbone. Make sure the tape measure is level and not too tight or too loose.
To measure your thigh circumference, place the tape measure around the widest part of your thigh, making sure it is level and not too tight or too loose. It’s important to measure both thighs and take the average of the two measurements.