Sizes

Hosn sizes range from XS to XXL, W26″ to W48″, EU sizes 44 to 64 for gentlemen and 34 to 58 for ladies, or sizes 2 to 24 for ladies in the US.

Measurement Guide

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You can take all measurements yourself with a regular tape measure. If you need assistance, let us or a local tailor take the measurements for you.

For the best fit, please take all measurements on or close to the skin, not above trousers or jackets. Thank you!

How to measure your ready-to-wear trousers

 

Size (Waistband)

The only measurement you need for your Hosn is the width around the top of the hip bone where the waistband of the trousers will sit snugly.

1st important note: This is not identical to the usual “waist” size above the hip. So if your size is W32 for jeans it might not be 32″ for Hosn!

2nd important note: Please measure above your underwear, not above your trousers (as pictured for aesthetic reasons). Hosn stretch, so they should sit tightly. When in doubt, go for the smaller size.

Anatomical reference: Full circumference along iliac crest

Result: Approx. 29″ to 44″ or 74 cm to 112 cm

Length (cm)

To ensure Hosn will fit you, check if the length from above the waistband to your desired hem does not exceed 43″ (109 cm).

Note: Because the waistband covers the iliac crest, measure from slightly above the bone.

Anatomical reference: Distance between iliac crest and metatarsals (according to your taste)

Result: Approx. 88 cm to 108 cm

Length (inches)

The inseam length is different from the outseam length.

Jeans lengths in inches (e.g. L36) are measured at the inseam from the crotch to the hem.

Hosn come at a fixed inseam length of 32″ that can be extended up to 36″.

Anatomical reference: Distance between perineum and metatarsals (according to your taste)

Result: Approx. 32″ to 36″

How to measure your bespoke trousers

 

1. Size (Waistband)

As above: Full circumference along iliac crest.

 

2. Seat

Widest part of the hip, measured horizontally.

Anatomical reference: Widest circumference along gluteals, near trochanter major

Result: Approx. 80 cm to 120 cm or 32″ to 47″

 

3. Thigh

Widest part of the thigh, measured horizontally.

Anatomical reference: Widest circumference along thigh

Result: Approx. 40 cm to 70 cm or 16″ to 28″

 

4. Pant Length

As above, desired total length from above the waistband to the hem.

 

5. Inside Leg

As above, desired inseam length from the crotch to the hem.

 

* Cuff

Optionally, you can let us know your desired hem circumference at the bottom of the pant. If you prefer carrot or flare trousers, this measurement is for you.

Anatomical reference: Width of trousers at the ankle

Result: Approx. 30 cm to 50 cm or 11″ to 20″

How to measure your bespoke suit jacket

 

1. Shoulder

Width of the shoulders for the outer seams of the jacket, excluding the sleeves.

Anatomical reference: Straight-line horizontal distance between the acromia (acromion is the outermost part of the bone on the shoulder).

Result: Approx. 40 cm to 60 cm or 16″ to 24″

 

2. Chest

Circumference of the chest, directly under the armpit. Stand normally and relaxed, as you will in your perfectly fitting suit 😉

Anatomical reference: Circumference around rib cage, just below the armpits.

Result: Approx. 90 cm to 120 cm or 35″ to 48″

 

3. Waist

Narrowest part of the waist. This is different from the waistband.

Anatomical reference: Circumference at most narrow part of the abdomen between the ribcage and hip bone.

Result: Approx. 55 cm to 110 cm or 21″ to 44″

 

4. Belly

Widest part of the stomach.

Anatomical reference: Circumference along widest part of the abdomen.

Result: Approx. 60 cm to 120 cm or 23″ to 47″

 

5. Waistband / Hips

Width around the top of the hip bone.

This is the same measurement as your Hosn size.

Anatomical reference: Full circumference along iliac crest.

Result: Approx. 29″ to 44″ or 74 cm to 112 cm

6. Jacket Length

Desired total length of the jacket from the neck to the buttocks. Depending on taste, the jacket just covers the buttocks.

Anatomical reference: Distance between the lower end of the neck, where the collar seam of your jacket or shirt sits, and the lower end of the gluteus maximus (according to your taste).

Result: Approx. 65 cm to 80 cm or 26″ to 32″

 

6. Sleeve Length

Desired length of the sleeve from the shoulder to the wrist.

Usually, the sleeve just covers the wrist and leaves enough room to show your shirt underneath.

Measure with the arm hanging vertically and relaxed, not totally straight.

Anatomical reference: Straight-line distance between acromion and mid-point of metacarpals (according to your taste).

Result: Approx. 60 cm to 70 cm or 23″ to 27″

 

7. Neck

Width of lower neck, measured horizontally where a shirt collar would sit.

Anatomical reference: Circumference along neck just above the collar bone.

Result: Approx. 35 cm to 50 cm or 14″ to 19″

 

8. Upper Arm Width

Widest part of upper arm, measured with the arm relaxed and extended.

Anatomical reference: Circumference at widest part of the arm around the biceps/triceps.

Result: Approx. 25 cm to 45 cm or 10″ to 18″

 

9. Cuff

Width of the wrist.

Anatomical reference: Circumference of wrist joint at widest part of ulna and radius.

Result: Approx. 15 cm to 25 cm or 6″ to 10″

Send us your measurements

For bespoke orders, please contact us directly with your measurements and any special requests you may have.

We also offer custom tailored suits for teams, security, law enforcement and the services industries. May the Hosn be with you.