Lieb & Stael (LS-Chemise)

dryfus

New Member
Hier die Antwort von Tailor George:
Comfort represents the width of your shirt in relation to your body measurements. This size varies depending on the option you choose:
We indicate these degrees, for information purposes, for the waist and chest size.

Standard fit: You prefer comfort (ideal for going to the office for example) and don't like shirts that are too fitted. Your shirt will nevertheless be adjusted in all points to your morphology.
We add between 15 and 16 cm for the bust measurement and between 10 and 13 cm for the waist measurement.
Close-fitting: you are looking for well-fitted shirts, without pleats, without yawning at the waist ...
We add between 10 and 13 cm for the chest circumference, and 8 and 10 cm for the waist circumference.
*If you want a "very close to the body" comfort, with a "glued" effect, you can tell us in comment by mail.
Large / Ample fit: you like to wear loose fitting shirts, with lots of fabric, but adjusted to your morphology (neckline, arm length, etc.).
We add between 20 and 25 cm for the chest and 15 to 20 cm for the waist.

In any case, for your first shirt, you have retouching offered, if you are not satisfied with the fit of your custom made shirt.

For the cut of your shirt, choose "Slim" if you choose a close-fitting shirt, and "straight" for the rest.

Habe da wenig Erfahrung, ist Standard fit sehr weit bei Zugabe von 15-16cm und 10-13cm zu den Körpermaßen an Brust und Taille?
 

dryfus

New Member
Na, ich bestelle mal close-fitting und schau wie es gefällt und passt. Gibt ja die Möglichkeit zu ändern beim ersten Hemd.
 
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