We are confident you will find Abbott’s Uniforms to be the best fitting and sharpest looking uniforms that will last for many years to come. Use our “how to measure” section to see how to properly give us your information.
- Do not over clean – wool worsted fabrics resist stains & soil.
- Brush Uniform regularly to remove surface dirt.
- Dry clean only when soiled or stained.
- Dry clean with low moisture and mild detergent.
- Have uniforms professionally pressed.
- Excessive heat & pressure will make seams shine.
- At home touch up with iron – make sure to use a press cloth.
- Not high temperature.
Over the Shoulders
Measure around the largest part of the shoulders. Pull snug, Then, add 1″.
Measure Around the Largest Part of The Chest. Pull Snug Then, Add 1”.
Measure Around the Waist At The Point Where Trousers are Worn (Pull Snug Not Tight)
Measure Around the Waist At The Point Where Trousers are Worn (Pull Snug Not Tight).
Measure from the Top Of The Waist Band To The Bottom Of The Trouser Leg On The Outside Seam (Use Dress Trousers Not Jeans).
Measure from The Crotch To The Bottom Of The Trouser Leg On The Inside Seam (Use Dress Trousers Not Jeans).
Measure from The Center Of The Back Over The Shoulder Down To The Point Where Your Hand Meets Your Wrist.
Measure from The Base Of The Collar To The Point Where The Trouser Meets The Shirt (Measure Down Spine).
Measure Around the Neck, Pull Snug & Then, Add 1”.
Jacket Sleeve Inseam
Measure Inseam from Under the Arm Of The Coat On The Inseam of the Sleeve To The Bottom of the Sleeve (Use Civilian Or Military Coat)