Your Size Guide for the Perfect Fit
Max Gabriel's sizing guide is based on Australian standard sizing however each garment has its own set of measurements so please check the below sizing charts to thoroughly ensure that when the item arrives it fits perfectly. However Max Gabriel understands how daunting it can be to purchase clothing on line so we'd like to offer this to you. If you live in the Sydney metro area (if unsure you can still email) we can arrange a date and time to bring a sample shirt to you. If you live outside of the metro area we can post a sample size to you and include a return envelope so you can return the sample shirt back to us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. We look forward to meeting some of you!
Classic Business Shirt
Size Neck Sleeve Length Waist measurement
46cm 46cm 94cm 135cm
18 inches 37 inches 53 inches
48cm 48cm 94cm 140 cm
19 inches 37 inches 55 inches
50cm 50cm 94cm 146 cm
19.5 inches 37 inches 57.4 inches
52cm 52cm 94cm 152 cm
20.5 inches 37 inches 60 inches
Please take note that the Classic Business Shirts are for the above sizes and more suited to the man that prefers a more full cut i.e. generous around the waist. The Contemporary Shirts (that will be arriving soon!) are more suited to the man that has a neck in an above size with a slimmer torso.
How to measure your neck
To measure your neck you will need a measuring tape and a mirror. Stand in front of the mirror and place the tape around the base of your neck. Bring both ends together, remembering to place one finger between your neck and the tape. Where the tape meets your neck that is the measurement. It is important to place your finger between neck and tape as this will prevent your collar from being to restrictive.
Measuring your waist for the above measurements
Remembering the classic bussiness shirt is for the man that prefers a more relaxed fit around the waist, I have included the waist measurements for you to check against your favourite shirt in the same size.
By laying your shirt down on a flat surfuce with the back of the shirt facing you. Estimate where your waist would be, usually halfway from the inner arm of the shirt and the bottom of the shirt. With your tape/ruler measure from the edge of the waist across to the other side of the waist. By doing this you can see how the waist measurements compare with Max Gabriel measurements. Please remember you may email anytime to ask any questions.