Korona's carries an extensive line of tuxedos, accessories and more for any occasion! We can even help with measurements and fitting!
Use this table as a guide to assist you in determining your coat size. Simply find your weight and your height; then bring the two axis together and you'll have your coat size - it's that simple. If your size falls into a green box, go up one size. Why? Tuxedo coats only come in even sizes above size 44.
The more information you can supply us, the more accurate the fit for your tuxedo rental. To get your measurements go to any Tuxedo Rental Store or Men's Suit Store and they will do complimentary measurements for you. This is the most accurate you can get. If not possible all you need is a tape measure and a friend. Please DO NOT take the sizes off your clothes in the closet.
The following is what we need to know:
- Weight: approximately
- Height: Stand against a wall (shoeless). Place a flat ruler across top of head to wall. measure from that point down to the floor.
The following guide will show you the appropriate length for your jacket.
5’4” to 5’8” = Short
5’8½” to 5’11” = Regular
5’11½” to 6’3"= Long
6’3½” + Up = Extra Long
- Chest: Bring tape measure around the widest part of your chest, under your arms, completely around your torso, with arms at your side note measurement. The average man will have a 6 inch difference between chest size and waist size (i.e. 44 chest will have 38 waist).
- Over Arm: Bring tape over the top of bicep, back and chest, not tight, note measurement.
- Waist: Waist measurement should be taken where you wear your pants, or at the hip bone (top). Pull tape snugg. This will be different than your normal jeans. Tuxedo pants have a 3" adjustment on each side.
- Seat or Hips (Optional): For Men, measure around the fullest part of his seat. For Women, measure around the fullest part of her hips.
- Outseam (NOT INSEAM): This is different than your usual measurement. Find hip bone or waist area and have a person stand straight looking forward. Take the tape to the floor and minus 1" for dress shoes.
- Sleeve: Start measurement in the middle of your back (on spine), just at the center of the neck, over the top of your shoulder, with arm down at your side, down to the wrist bone plus ½".
- Neck: Place tape measure around neck. Place two fingers side by side and measure over the top fingers. This should not be a tight measurement - just comfortable.
- Shoe Size: Tennis shoes and boots are 1 to 2 sizes larger than dress shoes. Be sure to get dress shoes sized or les us know so we can have your shoes available in different sizes.