Men's Size Guide

When selecting a Jonathan Mezibov shirt, please refer to the fit information and size charts below.

Not sure about sizing? Please contact us anytime at customercare@jonathanmezibov.com 

 

Shirts for Him 

 

Our men's Italian-made shirts come in two thoughtfully designed fits and correspond to the size charts below. Shirts fit true to size.

(For our American-crafted shirts, click here.)


Regular Fit: slightly tapered at the waist. Aptly balances contemporary style with comfort. Flattering on most body types.

  

Slim Fit: fitted (but not tight) at the chest and waist. Features a modern silhouette and up-to-date proportions. Great for a slim body type.

 

Size Charts

 

Regular Fit



Size (US/EU)

Collar (in.)

Chest (in.)

Sleeve (in.)

15/38

15

42.5

34

15.5/39

15.5

44

34.75

16/41

16

46

35

16.5/42

16.5

47.5

35.5

17/43

17

48.5

35.5

17.5/44

17.5

49.5

36

18/45

18

51

36.5

 

Slim Fit

(Numeric Sizing)

 

Size (US/EU)

Collar (in.)

Chest (in.)

Sleeve (in.)

15/38

15

42

34.5

15.5/39

15.5

43

35.25

16/41

16

45.5

35.5

16.5/42

16.5

47

36

17/43

17

48

36

  

Slim Fit

(Alpha Sizing) 

 

Size

Collar (in.)

Chest (in.)

Sleeve (in.)

S

15

41

34.5

M

15.75

43

35.25

L

16.5

45.5

35.5

XL

17.5

48

36.5

 

 

How to Measure

 

Collar

Place a tape measure around the neck in line with the base of the Adam’s apple. Measure the neck snug, but not tight, to obtain the actual skin measurement. Then add ½” to the actual skin measurement for ease to determine the neck size. For example, if the actual skin measurement is 15” add ½” totaling a 15.5 collar size.

 

Chest

Place the tape measure around the fullest part of the chest, under the arms and over the shoulder blades. The tape measure should stay parallel to the floor. Pull the tape measure snug, but not tight, to obtain the measurement.

 

Sleeve

Place the tape measure at the base of the neck, or under the back shirt collar, and then over to the shoulder point. Keep the tape measure at the shoulder point and run it down the arm to the bottom of the wrist to determine the measurement.

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