exclusive Tessuto Italia fabric
Extra slim fitting suit with contrasting buttons.
At Shirt Bar we use a metric size system. If you are more familiar with imperial sizing, use the guide below to determine what size you are in a Suit and Jacket
Our Ganton shirts are available in three main fits: Slim Fit, Tailored Fit and Classic Fit.
Longer and Shorter sleeve lengths available off the shelf, or can be altered with our tailoring service.
Big and Tall fittings also available
We want you to have the perfect shirt for you... so if you don't fit into any of our ready to wear shirts (or you want something special), Shirt Bar has a very comprehensive Bespoke shirt program (shirts made in our Sydney factory for more than 40 years).
Find out more about Australian custom made shirts or book an experience.
Check the tables below to compare our chest and waist measurements across body fits. Measurements are in centimetres.
Classic Fit Black.
Tailored Fit Purple.
Slim Fit Orange.
If you've noticed that your shirt sleeves are too long or too short, you will appreciate that we offer a broad range of shirts available in 'shorter' and 'longer' sleeve lengths for our Tailored Fit and Classic Fit business shirts.
Once you know your Fit, Size and Sleeve Length you can Refine your search in the filter menu to find your perfect shirt!
If you have never noticed that your sleeve length was an issue, we would suggest that you are a 'regular' sleeve length.
Slim fit shirts are available with a slightly longer 'regular' sleeve length to suit the athletic body shape.
The chart below displays all sizes available. Measurements are in centimetres.
Our shirt labels indicate Fit, Collar Size and Sleeve length. Below are some tips on how to measure yourself so that you can purchase your shirts with confidence.
Take one of your best fitting shirts. Lay the collar flat and measure the inside of the collar from the centre of the button to the centre of the buttonhole. Alternatively you can ask someone to measure around your neck, allowing enough room for two fingers to be inserted comfortably between the tape measure and the neck. This should allow for a comfortable fit. This measurement should be your Collar size.
To measure your sleeve length, take one of your best fitting shirts and lay it out flat with the back facing up. Locate the centre of the base of the collar. From this point measure across the top of the shoulder and then measure along the sleeve to the end of the cuff. If the measurement falls between two sizes, choose the longer size.
Note that all measurements are after normal washing of the garment. For more information see FAQ.
If you need help with measuring or prefer to be fitted in person please get in touch or come to our Barangaroo store to be fitted on the spot!