There are occasions when customers, such as British officers and NCOs serving overseas, may find it convenient to take advantage of our online self-measurement service.
We use the finest materials and promise the highest standards of craftmanship, and the Goldings guarantee that you will be delighted with the fit of your garment applies equally to online orders.
We will contact you shortly after you complete and submit this form to arrange your deposit.
Please note that * indicates a required field
Title / Rank *
Forename / Initial *
Home Telephone *
Regiment / Corps *
Male / Female *
Medals / Badges
Please list all your medals to be worn with this uniform
Measurements are taken in * inches centimetres
This self measurement form has been created by G.D. Golding (Tailors) Ltd so that an inexperienced person can give us the accurate dimensions that we need.
Please be aware that your actual measurements are unlikely to correspond with the ready-made garments that you have been purchasing (retailers normally say you are 2 inches less than you really are!). For example, a ready-made 36-inch trouser waist often gives a true measurement of 38 inches. Please measure yourself carefully.
Please take your height measurement with your shoes on.
Please take your weight without a jacket or shoes on.
Put on a Jacket with a length that you like and place the tape on the base of the collar. Measure down to the bottom of the jacket or the actual length required.
Jacket length =
Put on a Jacket that is a comfortable fit. Measure from where the seam on the sleeve joins the back left side to where the seam on the sleeve joins the back right side.
Back width =
Put on a Jacket with a sleeve length that you like. Place the tape on the top of the sleeve and run it down to the bottom of the sleeve.
Sleeve length =
Do not wear a jacket. Place the tape around body over the shirt close up under arms and across shoulder blades. Take this measurement from the back. Hold tape firm against the body but not tight.
Chest measurement =
Only take this measurement if you have a jacket with a fit that you like. Measure approximately on the waist line around front to centre back.
Waistline measurement =
Measure around the body approximately 3" above the waistline.
Girth measurement =
Measure around the waist over the shirt holding the tape firm against body.
Waist measurement =
Empty pockets before measuring. Measure around fullest part of seat. Hold tape firm against the body but not tight.
Seat measurement =
Place trousers that you like the length of on a table and measure from the top of the waist band to the bottom of the leg. Leave on the table for the inside leg measurement next.
Outside leg =
Find a pair of trousers that you like the fit of, place on the table as for the outside leg but now open legs. Measure from the crotch to the bottom of the leg.
Inside leg =
Find a pair of trousers that you like. Place trousers on the table as for the inside leg and measure.
(about 3" down from the crotch)
(about half way up)
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