Size Guide

 

Jackets

 

As all of our Jackets are crafted in Europe many are sized in European sizes, here is a guide to ensure you get the right fit and size for you:

 

UK Size

European Size

38R

38L

48

94

40R

40L

50

98

42R

42L

52

102

44R

44L

54

106

46R

46L

56

110

48R

48L

58

114

50R

60

 

Eton Shirts

 

Eton offer four carefully designed styles to help every customer find an ideal match for their body type and personal tastes. Here's a brief overview of the 4 different fits

 

 

Contemporary Fit

The contemporary shirt fit is a refined update of classic styling. Working in unison, a slightly slanted waist and darts in the back create a look that’s more shaped but which maintains a traditional silhouette and overall comfortable feel.

Slim Fit

The slim fit is designed for a modern shirt silhouette that accentuates the body of its wearer. Compared to other styles, slim fit shirts are narrower over the wearer’s chest and waist. And, by utilising dual darts in the back of the shirt, they're able to generate an elegant drape without causing discomfort or leaving excess fabric.

Classic Fit

The classic fit stays true to the traditional silhouette of fine shirting. A generous width over both the breast and the waist—coupled with double vents in the back of the shirt—creates a comfortable wearing experience that is particularly suited for those who want a little extra space in their shirt.

Super Slim Fit

The super slim fit redefines modern shirting. All parts of the shirt are perfectly balanced for a slim silhouette creating an impeccable comfort. The result proves that a well-fitting shirt is an essential part of the male wardrobe.

In addition, collar sizing works as follows:

Inches Eton Size
15" 38
15.5" 39
16" 41
16.5" 42
17" 43
17.5" 44
18" 46
18.5" 47
19" 48

 

Detailed Size guide

 

 
Super slim

 

 

Size (inch) Collar Chest   Waist    Sleeve   Length

13¾ 13¾ 36¼   31½   34¼   28¾

14  14 36¼   31½   34¼   28¾

14½ 14½ 38½   33¾   35   29¼

15 15 38½   33¾   35   29¼

15½  15½ 41   36¼   35½   30

15¾ 15¾ 41   36¼    35½   30

16 16 43¼   38½   36½   30¼

16½ 16½ 43¼   38½   36½   30¼

17 17 45¾   41   37½   31

17½ 17½ 45¾   41   37½   31

 

 

 
Slim fit

 

 

Size (inch) Collar Chest   Waist    Sleeve*   Length**

14½ 14½ 40¼   35¾   35   30¾

15  15 40¼   35¾   35    30¾

15½  15½ 42½   38¼   35½   31

15¾  15¾ 42½   38¼   35½   31

16  16 45   40½   36½   32

16½  16½ 45   40½   36½    32

17 17  47¼   43   37½   32¼

17½ 17½ 47¼   43   37½    32¼

17¾ 17¾ 49½   45¼   37¾   33

*For extra long sleeve, 2" will be added on sleeve and body length. 
**All Green Ribbon shirts are 1¼"  shorter than the specified body length measurement. 

 

 
Contemporary fit (Regular)

 

 

Size (inch) Collar Chest   Waist    Sleeve*   Length**

14½ 14½ 42½   39¼    35½   31

15  15 42½   39¼    35½   31

15½  15½ 45   41¾   35¾   32

15¾  15¾ 45   41¾    35¾    32

16  16 47¼   44   37   32¾

16½  16½ 47¼   44   37   32¾

17  17  49½   46½   37¾   33

17½ 17½ 49½   46½   37¾   33 

17¾ 17¾ 52   48¾   38¼    33½

18 18 52    48¾   38¼   33½ 

18½ 18½ 54¼   51¼   39¼   34¼

*For extra long sleeve, 2" will be added on sleeve and body length. 
**All Green Ribbon shirts are 2" shorter than the specified body length measurement. 

 

 
Classic fit

 

 

Size (inch) Collar Chest   Waist    Sleeve*   Length

15  15 43¼   41½   34¾    31 

15½  15½ 46   44   35   32

15¾ 15¾ 46   44   35   32

16  16 49¼   47¼   36¼   32¾

16½  16½ 49¼   47¼   36¼   32¾

17  17 52   50¾   37   33

17½ 17½ 52   50¾   37   33

17¾ 17¾ 54¾   54   37½    33½ 

18 18 54¾   54   37½   33½

18½ 18½ 57½   57   38½   34½

19 19 57½   57   38½   34½

19½ 19½ 60¼    60¼   39   35

19¾ 19¾ 60¼    60¼   39   35

20 20 63   63½   40   35½

*For extra long sleeve, 2" will be added on sleeve and body length. 

 

How to measure

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. NECK

Open the shirt and lay the collar flat. Measure straight from the button to the end of the buttonhole.  

2. CHEST

Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure 1 cm under the armhole. Measure from side to side and double the measurement across the chest. 

3. WAIST

Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure from side to side and double the measurement across the waist. The waist is located at the slimmest part of the shirt. 

 

 

 

4. SHIRT LENGTH

Measure from center back down to the end of the hem.

5. SLEEVE

Measure from center back to the shoulder seam, then measure from the 
shoulder seam to the end of the cuff and combine these measurements.  

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

HOW SHOULD I CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE?

If you are a new customer we recommend that you measure your favourite shirt and compare with the measurements in the tables above. Have in mind that our measurements are from shirts and are not body measurements. Start from the collar size and choose your body fit depending on how you would like the shirt to fit.

 

 

WHY DO YOU HAVE DIFFERENT BODY FITS?

Everyone has a different taste in how a shirt should fit. In order to fit all body types and requests we have developed four different standard fits. From our most narrow Super Slim fit to the more generous Classic fit. The right body fit for you will be a combination of what suits your body type and how you would like to shirt to fit.

 

 

CAN I CUSTOMIZE MY SHIRT?

We offer a custom fit service where you can design your own shirt and adjust certain size options.

 

DO YOU HAVE SHIRTS WITH EXTRA LONG SLEEVES?

Yes! Eton shirts with extra long sleeves have two inches longer sleeves and shirt length compared to our regular sizes. As our assortment of shirts with extra long sleeves are limited we recommend the Made-to-Order service where you can adjust the sleeve length and the shirt length as much as you like to.

 

 

CAN YOU ALTER MY SLEEVES?

Of course, when you shop a shirt from us we will always offer a free alteration.

 

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