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Measurements That More Online Stores Should Start Providing

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Time to get your act together, folks!

1. On shirts (OTR) and shirt collars (MTM): the approximate angle between the collar points, and also the collar point length.
2. On all jackets: the approximate distance from the hem to the buttoning point.
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Trouser Rise and the method used to measure it ( there are more than one).
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Time to get your act together, folks!

1. On shirts (OTR) and shirt collars (MTM): the approximate angle between the collar points, and also the collar point length.
2. On all jackets: the approximate distance from the hem to the buttoning point.


I'd like to see 1) bigger pictures or have the option to right click and magnify the pic 2) good product description (materials, features, origin, construction etc. 3) at least basic measurements, but the more the merrier.

Also, fuck copy (I'm looking at you, Carson Street Clothiers). Instead, use that time to take better pics and post measurements. If not, at least have a decent return policy. In fairness to CSC, they do.
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