Please use our online form below to send us your measurements or alternatively please use the link to download our form in PDF format.
When taking your measurements you will need the following;
A fabric tape measure, a helpful person to measure you, a well fitting shirt the type you will wear with your jacket, pair of trousers, preferably the jodhpurs or breeches you wish to wear under your apron (not jeans), jacket, and your riding boots. You will also need access to your side saddle; (so it can be sat on, in the correct position safely) only applicable when ordering a habit or apron.
Keep the tape measure comfortably snug, but not tight. Make sure your index finger is able to fit between the tape and all the measurements you take. All measurements should be to the nearest centimetre (cm); we will make your garment to this measurement so please double check them before sending as we cannot be held responsible for incorrect measurements given.
When you measure your bust/ chest take the tape around the fullest part of the chest keeping the tape measure level, and well under the arms. The tape should only just be felt. Stand or sit normally and don’t inflate your chest as this will give a larger measurement than required. Allow some room for breathing /movement. To locate the nape of your neck, feel the small bone at the base of your neck. When measuring the length of jacket required, follow the contours of your body. If you are unsure of the perfect length it is generally accepted to be where your knuckles are with your arms naturally hanging down. To measure your sleeve length – hang your arm down in line with your body and measure from the top of the sleeve to the cuff. The sleeve should go to the base of your thumb (located at the wrist joint). We also recommend that you err on the side of generosity with your sleeve length.
When measuring for your apron, please ensure you are sat in your saddle as you normally would be and ensure to allow enough length to the offside and to cover your right toe (when sat nearside). Be sure to let us know if you ride in an offside saddle or it will be assumed you ride in a nearside saddle.