Our apparel sizes are designed to fit average industry standards. Please use our size to compare your own measurements and help you determine which size to order. All measurements are approximate and are for reference only.
In line with generally accepted industry practices, a 5% tolerance in sizes, measurements and weights should be allowed for when placing your order.
BIZ COLLECTION SIZE GUIDE
GARMENT TO GARMENT COMPARISON
An alternate method is to compare your own garment size to ours. You can do this by measuring the ½ chest of your garment (laid flat, measured 1cm below the sleeve join, from side seam to side seam) and compare it to ours. Please refer to the individual garment measurements, shown on each style page, to determine your garment to garment size comparison.
Use these measurements as a guide when selecting the right size garment, but also take into consideration the garment fit.
BODY MEASUREMENT GUIDE
A - Bust Measure under your arms and across shoulder blades, around the fullest part of your bust. Hold one finger between body and tape.
B - Waist Measure around your natural waistline while holding one finger between body and tape. This is the smallest part of your waist.
C - Hip Measure around fullest part of your hips (about 20 - 24cm down from waist) while standing naturally.
Pants and skirts will vary in length depending on the height of each individual and also their shape. Most pants come with a hem allowance for easy alterations.
Neck Measure around the base of your neck with one finger between neck and tape measure.
A: Chest Measure under your arms and across shoulder blades, around the fullest part of your chest. Hold one finger between body and tape.
B: Waist Measure around your natural waistline while holding one finger between body and tape. Measure over shirt at position your pants would normally sit.
C: In Seam Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of the inside leg of a well-fitting pair of pants.
Pants will vary in length depending on the height of each individual and also their shape. Most pants come with a hem allowance for easy alterations.
Chest Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist Measure around your natural waistline holding one finger between tape measure and body.
SYZMIK WORKWEAR SIZE GUIDE
JB'S WEAR SIZE GUIDE
WINNING SPIRIT SIZE GUIDE
Embroidery & Printing Care Information
Garment General Care Information
Empty pockets, unfasten buttons, and lift the collar before washing. Do not overload the washing machine. Gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colours.
Garments with decoration (embroidery or printing) cold wash only. Do not use bleach or other aggressive chemical agents. Do not soak.
Soap or mild detergent to totally dissolve before adding the garment. Do not rub - gently squeeze only, and rinse thoroughly with clean water. Garments with decoration (embroidery or printing) cold wash only.
Fold heavy garments to minimise losing their shape. Some garments tend to lose their shape in the wash – if this happens, reshape and lay flat to dry. Prevent long exposure of your garments to direct sunlight or heavy winds, especially if they are coloured. Wash and dry inside out to avoid colour fading. Drying indoors, has many benefits, just ensure the area is well ventilated.
Garments with decoration (embroidery or printing) do not tumble dry.
Follow ironing instructions on the care label. See symbol clarification for more information. Check the capability of your iron as some older irons do not have good temperature regulation. Do not iron decoration(embroidery or printing).
Will shrink if washed at a high temperature and can lose shape if hung to dry.
Good thermal material that breathes. Can have some natural moisture-absorbing properties. Performs well when mixed with polyester to form a strong, durable and comfortable fabric. Responds well to steam.
Fabric may pill once during the garment’s life, but will return to normal function.
May have minimal shrinkage.
Fresh and comfortable material that breathes well.
Has some natural crease, and subject to fade if left in direct sunlight for too long.
Adds stability when mixed with other fibres.
Polyester fibre on its own can be sensitive to heat. Must be washed in cool water and ironed at low temperature – please check your iron setting as a hot iron on polyester fabric will cause it to shine and, in a worst case, scorch the fabric.