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Tailored Pants Fit Guide


Tailored Pants Fit Guide

Paul Fredrick pants are crafted of only the finest fabrics, hand selected for superior comfort and wear-tested to ensure durable good looks that last.

Each pair of pants in our extensive assortment is flawlessly tailored in a wide range waist sizes, including Big &Tall, and two fits, Classic & Tailored.

Classic Fit

Our most traditional fit, these pants are designed to sit at your natural waist, tailored with a generous rise. illustration of Paul Fredrick's Classic fit dress pants

Tailored Fit

Trimmer in the hip, seat and thigh with a shorter rise and smaller leg openings, our tailored fit is designed for a slimmer silhouette. illustration of Paul Fredrick's tailored fit dress pants


All of our pants are tailored with an unfinished inseam of 38”. For just $12 per pair, Paul Fredrick will finish your pants to the inseam length and style you choose. We’ll cuff them at 1 1/2” up to a 34” inseam. Or plain hem to a 35”inseam. Please allow an extra 3 days for delivery.

Sizing and Measurements

Pant Size 30 32 33 34 35 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52

Our pant waists can be altered up to 2"

How to measure

Waist: To get the most accurate measurement use a soft measuring tape, wrap it around your waist, making sure it’s even front and back, not too tight or snug. Do not measure over another pair of pants. Measure your natural waist which is generally around your navel.

Inseam: The most accurate way to measure would be to stand upright in a pair of pants that fits you well (and is also a similar fit - Classic vs Tailored - to the pair you are sizing up), with shoes you intend to wear, and have a partner measure from the crotch seam to where you would like the pants to fall. We recommend just skimming the top of your shoe. This can present an awkward situation, so as an alternative, use that same pair of pants that fits you well, and fold the pants in half, then measure from the crotch seam to the bottom hem, keeping the tape tight.

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