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The Male Stylist | Scotch and Rich

As featured in The Male Stylist and The Gentleman's Journal

'So, there you have it, the Kingsman Suit. Overall this is one of my favourite outfits I’ve put together on here and definitely my favourite suit, it treads the line between traditional and modern incorporate some of the most iconic trends from both. It accentuates the chest and arms whilst actively slimming the waist and creates a look that is not only timeless but, in my opinion, a pretty great homage to the Kingsman style but with my own twist.' - The Male Stylist

'Despite its sartorial affiliation to Eighties salarymen, pinstripe tailoring has been given a refined revamp in recent times. And this suit by Scotch and Rich is one of the finest modern revisions we’ve seen this week. With a tailored silhouette, power-style peak lapels and subtle, contrasting brown buttons, this menswear must-have is ideal to wear from the boardroom to the bar. Better still, you won’t need a seven-figure salary to procure this particular ensemble. To finish off the look, pair with some Oxfords and an understated tie.' - The Gentleman's Journal

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Size Guide | Scotch and Rich

 

 Suit Jacket 

The suit measurements below are for reference only. Please allow ±0.25" difference for actual suit measurement.

See below for further details:
Chest - Measure chest just under arms and across shoulder blades, holding tape level (don’t hold your breath). Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and the fullest part of your chest. Blazer sizes are equal to your chest size. For example, if you have a 38" chest, you would wear a size 38 blazer. 
If you are measuring in centimetres divide by 2.54 to obtain the measurement in inches.

Notes:

Alteration Notes:

Neck - Measure around the middle of the neck, around your Adams apple or fullest part of our neck, keeping tape level. Allow for index finger to fit between the tape and your neck for a comfortable fit. 


Sleeve/Arm – With your arm around your hip, bend your arm to a 90 degree angle. Measure from the middle of the back of your neck, across your shoulder and down outside of your arm past elbow to your wrist. 


Waist - Look inside one of your pants' waistband. Generally, the size will be written. If you cannot find it, follow these guidelines to find your correct size.
Keep one finger between tape and your body and measure around your natural waistline (usually at the bellybutton). Pants sizes are equal to your waist size. For example, if you have a 38" waist, you should wear a size 38 pants. Remember of your slacks are 1-2" too big or too small, a tailor can easily take them in or out.
Otherwise, use a pair of pants that fit you well, measure from the top of the inner pant leg seam to the opening at the bottom of the pant leg. The number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest half inch.
The European size of slacks is 16 more than the US size. For example, a size 52 (European) is equivalent to a size 36 (US).


Inseam: With appropriate shoes on, measure from your crotch to your desired pant length. Inseam measurements vary by style. Generally use a pair of pants that fit you well, measure from the top of the inner pant leg seam to the opening at the bottom of the pant leg. The number of inches is the inseam length, rounded to the nearest half inch.