Custom Fit StudioSuits Shirts for Men
Browse our collection of high-quality shirts for men. All shirt models are fully customizable to fit your size and style. At StudioSuits we are dedicated to your satisfaction with the product, which is why we offer several customization steps with many different options.
Apart from choosing between many different colors, you can also choose your preferred collar and cuff style on any shirt you pick. We also offer customizable front buttoning, as well as buttons in different colors. You can even make your StudioSuits shirt unique by adding a three-letter monogram on the cuff or chest.
With over five hundred stylish models of tailored dress shirts and casual shirts made of cotton, linen, or tweed, and all the customization options, you are bound to find the perfect shirt for yourself at StudioSuits. Whether you are looking for custom long sleeve shirts, half sleeve shirts, formal or informal shirts, we’ve got you covered for every season and occasion.
How Should a Men’s Shirt Fit?
The right fit makes all the difference when it comes to shirts. Not only does an ill-fitted shirt feel uncomfortable, but it can also look sloppy and hinder your image. Below are some of the most important aspects of a perfectly fitting shirt.
A properly fitting collar should allow you to slip two fingers between it and your neck at any point. If it is too tight (pressing against your neck) or too loose it can ruin your entire appeal, especially if you are wearing a suit since it covers almost every other part of the shirt.
If the shirt is too tight across your chest, you will notice you have some difficulties buttoning up the shirt, as the buttons strain to close. On the other hand, a loose shirt will have noticeable billowing around the waist or chest. You should be able to tuck in a well-fitting shirt without any billowing and button it up with ease.
The sleeves should reach your wrist bone and about half an inch of the cuff should be visible beyond jacket sleeves when you wear one. They should also be wide enough to allow you free movement, but not loose enough to cause folding.
The bottom hem length
Your shirt should be long enough to remain tucked in when you move around and raise your arms. A good rule of thumb is that a properly fitting shirt should end a few inches below the beltline so that it covers your belt entirely when untucked.
How to Take Your Measurements
If you are not sure about the right size for you or want a shirt tailored to fit you perfectly, you will need to know your measurements. Take a measuring tape and enlist the help of a friend to get started. You will need to measure the following areas:
Neck – Use the measuring tape to measure around the base of your neck, right where it meets your shoulders, and record the number. If you want a looser collar, you can put a finger under the tape when measuring, and this should give you enough room.
Chest – When measuring your chest, you should measure at the widest area – beneath your armpits. Also, make sure the measuring tape isn’t too tight.
Arms: In order to measure your sleeve length, first measure the distance from the back of your neck to the end of your shoulder. Then take the measurement tape and measure from your shoulder to your wrist bone, making sure to bend your arm just a little bit to make sure the sleeves will leave you enough room to move your arm freely. The sleeve length is equal to the sum of these two numbers.
Waist: Measure the circumference of your waistline. Just like when measuring your neck, if you want a looser fit, put a finger under the tape when measuring.
Not all people fit perfectly into the established size categories. However, at StudioSuits we are committed to customer satisfaction and offer full customization when it comes to all aspects of your shirt.
Once you know your measurements, you can compare them to our size chart or submit them with your order for a custom-tailored shirt. Feel free to submit any and all shirt specifications when placing your order and leave the rest to us!