We always provide the size chart measurement for every of our jeans article. That’s to make sure that you have the right imagination about how the jeans will fit you when you get ‘em home. So, measuring right is the key to excellence in getting the fit that will suit you the most. As many have their own method of measuring, we think it's only right to share how we measure our jeans, so you all can follow through and find the best fit and sizes in our jeans.
Make sure the jeans is buttoned and lay it on a flat surface, pull up the front waistband until it's line up as close as possible with the back part of the waistband.Take your measuring tape, and measure straight across the top of the waistband from one edge to another. Multiple your measurement result by 2x, and you will get your waist measurements.
THE FRONT RISE
Place the end of measuring tape on the top of the waistline then measure down the crotch. Stop at the crotch seam.
Make sure the jeans are lay flat, measure it directly below the crotch to the outside of the leg parallel to the waistband. Your measurement should include some of the fabric from the back of the leg to measure the full width of the thigh.
THE BACK RISE
As the seam on the back rise is curved, you'll need to pull it out as straight as possible. Start your measuring tape at the top part of the waistband down toward the crotch. Stop at the crotch seam.
From the crotch seam, measure 13 inches down along the inseam. After measuring 13" down the inseam, measure straight across the knee. Voila, you'll get your knee measurement.
THE LEG OPENING
Flatten the hem, make sure there are no folds. Take your measuring tape and measure across the leg opening from one end to another.