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Points to Ponder:
Don't stretch any part of the Polo shirt -
It must be free from wrinkles -
Don't use fabric covered surfaces -
Surface must be as flat as board
Choose a Polo shirt in which you are comfortable and that fits you well and then take measurements as we explained below in the chart:
Full Chest: Measure around the fullest part of the chest
Front Length: The body length is measured from neck seam to the bottom of the shirt.
Sleeve Length: The sleeve length is measured from the shoulder seam to the bottom edge of sleeve opening.
Full Waist: The waist is measured around the fullest part of waist.
Sleeve Opening: The sleeve opening is measured along the open edge.
Sleeve Across (armhole): The armhole is measured exactly around the arm at the shoulder joint to the armpit.
Shoulder Width: The shoulder is measured from right joint to the left joint.
Neck Opening: The neck opening is measured around the neck below the Adam's apple.
Collar Width: The collar width is measured from the collar seam to the outer edge of the collar.
Pocket: Placed "X" down from high point of shoulder, "Y" to right of center.
Sleeve Hem: The edges of a Polo shirt are finished with a hem, which is turned inside out and stitch line should straight.
Bottom Hem: Hem is to give not only a neat finish but also to provide weight at the lower edge so that the shirt hangs well.