Size Guide & Care

Shirts

A shirt is not just a shirt without the accessory frame, so the fit is incredibly important.
If you have not owned a John Henric shirt before, it would be a good thing to measure a shirt at home and compare.
Start off with the collar-measurement to find the right size. Follow the steps below to find your size.
All our shirts have the same fit.



1. Collar
Button the shirt all the way up, measure around the entire outer edge of the collar. This measure is the same as the size of the shirt.

2. Chest
Lay the shirt flat and measure below the armhole straight over, duplicate to get the right size.

3. Waist
Lay the shirt flat and measure over the waist, the waist is the narrowest part of the shirt. Duplicate the measurement to get the correct size.

4. Sleeve
Lay the shirt flat and measure from the center of the collar to the end of the sleeve.

5. Length
Measure the length of the shirt from the back of the shirt to the end of the shirt.


Take care of your shirt
By taking care of your shirt correctly, you will extend the life span.

Follow our guidelines below:

- Always follow the laundry- and care advice for each shirt
- Unbutton all the buttons, flick up the collar and wash the shirt inside out
- Do not overfill your washing machine
- When the washing machine program is ready, hang up your shirt and button the top button
- Extend cuff, collar and button closure
- Set a low centrifuge on your washing machine
- Wash your shirt with similar colors to prevent your shirt from becoming discolored
- An easy stroke gives your shirt a crisp finish. Do not iron the collar and cuffs on too high heat




Spot Removal

Yellow Deodorant Stains

Often yellow deodorant stains are due to the use of a deodorant containing aluminum,
the aluminum builds up a yellow coating on the fabric after continuous use. The best way to avoid
yellow spots is by switching to a deodorant that is aluminum free. When using deodorant it is important
to let it dry before wearing your shirt. When using deodorant wash your shirt as soon
as you can after use so the stains do not dry.

To remove yellow stains mix equal parts of colorless detergent, detergent, and citric acid with a little bit of
cold water to get a more flowing consistency. Apply on the stain and allow to work for about 20 minutes
before you rinse. Afterwards, wash the shirt according to the washing advice.



Blood

Wipe off immediately with a clean cloth and rinse the fabric directly under cold water.
The sooner you rinse it better it is. Wash the shirt according to the washing area.



Coffee

Dab the coffee stain directly or rinse under cold water, this usually helps best to remove the stain.
For coffee that has dried in, we recommend pre-treating the stain with detergent for about 30 minutes before
you wash the shirt as you would usually do.



Ink

Remove the stain with methylated spirits or citric acid, then wash the shirt according to the washing advice.



Fat

Remove the stain by gently rubbing the stain with a clean cloth with colorless detergent.
Wash the shirt as high-temperature as possible according to the washing area.



Wine

Sprinkle salt directly onto the stain, the salt will suck the wine. Wash the salt with lukewarm water.








Sweaters

A classic and stylish knitted sweater is one of the cornerstones of every man's
wardrobe, we have three different models for everybody to find something
which fits a personal style.


V-neck








1. Chest
Measure 5 cm below from the sweaters sleeves armhole height, and right across over the sweater. Double measure to get the right size.

2. Length
Measure from the highest point on the shoulder straight down to the end of the sweater.

3. Shoulders
Measure from the outer point of the armhole stitch to the outer point of the armhole stitch on the opposite side.

4. Sleeve Length
Measure from the shoulder seam straight all the way down to the end of the sleeve.


Take care of your sweater
With a few easy tricks you can keep your knitted sweater long-lasting fresh.

Follow our guidelines below:

- Always follow the laundry advice on your sweater
- Wash the sweater inside-out
- Do not overfill your washing machine
- When the washing is done, allow your sweater to dry flat.
- Extend the sweater slightly
- Set a low centrifuge on your washing machine
- Wash your sweater with similar colors to prevent your sweater from becoming discolored
- If ’pilling’ should appear on your sweater, use a razor to gently remove the bumps
- Cashmere sweaters should be washed on programs such as ’hand wash’ or ’wool’, always use a washing bag









Cable-knitted







1. Chest
Measure 5 cm below from the sweaters sleeves armhole height, and right across over the sweater. Double measure to get the right size.

2. Length
Measure from the highest point on the shoulder straight down to the end of the sweater.

3. Shoulders
Measure from the outer point of the armhole stitch to the outer point of the armhole stitch on the opposite side.

4. Sleeve Length
Measure from the shoulder seam straight all the way down to the end of the sleeve.


Take care of your sweater
With a few easy tricks you can keep your knitted sweater long-lasting fresh.

Follow our guidelines below:

- Always follow the laundry advice on your sweater
- Wash the sweater inside-out
- Do not overfill your washing machine
- When the washing is done, allow your sweater to dry flat.
- Extend the sweater slightly
- Set a low centrifuge on your washing machine
- Wash your sweater with similar colors to prevent your sweater from becoming discolored
- If ’pilling’ should appear on your sweater, use a razor to gently remove the bumps
- Cashmere sweaters should be washed on programs such as ’hand wash’ or ’wool’, always use a washing bag








Crew Neck








1. Chest
Measure 5 cm below from the sweaters sleeves armhole height, and right across over the sweater. Double measure to get the right size.

2. Length
Measure from the highest point on the shoulder straight down to the end of the sweater.

3. Shoulders
Measure from the outer point of the armhole stitch to the outer point of the armhole stitch on the opposite side.

4. Sleeve Length
Measure from the shoulder seam straight all the way down to the end of the sleeve.


Take care of your sweater
With a few easy tricks you can keep your knitted sweater long-lasting fresh.

Follow our guidelines below:

- Always follow the laundry advice on your sweater
- Wash the sweater inside-out
- Do not overfill your washing machine
- When the washing is done, allow your sweater to dry flat.
- Extend the sweater slightly
- Set a low centrifuge on your washing machine
- Wash your sweater with similar colors to prevent your sweater from becoming discolored
- If ’pilling’ should appear on your sweater, use a razor to gently remove the bumps
- Cashmere sweaters should be washed on programs such as ’hand wash’ or ’wool’, always use a washing bag



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