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This is the most frequent case where most people get their wrong measurements when ordering a kilt outfit.

In this article we are going to cover the following steps:

1- How to take your kilt measure.

2- How to measure your Kilt Jacket.

3- How to measure your Ghillie shirt.

4- How to measure your Formal Wing, Standard, Victorian collar shirt.

5- Shoes and Socks measurements.

6- Belt Measurements.

 

THE KILT MEASUREMENT

It's easiest to have someone measure you Stand straight up and relax.
Measure at points shown without holding your breath.
Ensure measurement is not taken over thick clothing.
Tape measure should be snug but not too tight.
All measurements should be taken in inches.

measuring your kilt, kilt measure
Please note: The length of your kilt drop will depend on how high you want to wear the kilt on your waist. If wearing a short jacket such as a Prince Charlie, you may want to have your kilt an inch or two longer so that it sits higher on your waist. However, standard kilts should always be worn to the middle of the knee cap, while military kilts are worn a little shorter to the top of the knee cap. When measuring the kilt length, the wearer should kneel and have someone take a measurement from where the top of the kilt will sit, down to the floor. Where you wear the kilt on your waist is entirely up to you, and is down to personal preference. However the standard height is around the navel and as a result it is worth noting that your kilt waist size may be slightly larger than your trouser waist size. 

JACKET MEASUREMENT

measuring your kilt, kilt measure

Please note: When measuring for a jacket it is worthwhile wearing the type of shirt that will be worn with the jacket. In order to take your chest measurement please measure around the fullest part of the chest, keeping the tape measure well under the arms. It may also be worthwhile looking at the size label and fitting of any existing jackets to get an idea of what size you require.

GHILLIE SHIRT MEASUREMENT

Please note: There are different ways to take your measures for kilt shirts:

Ghillie Shirt are measured by taking a measuring tape and measuring at your chest level placing the tape under your arms you then will have the close measurement necessary for our sizes. Small (40"), Medium(43"), Large(48"),XLarge(52"), XXLarge(54"), 3XLarge(58"), 4XLarge(60"), 5Xlarge(62").

FORMAL SHIRT MEASUREMENT

formal shirt measurement

Please note: There are different ways to take your measures for kilt shirts:

Wing, Victorian and Standard collar shirtsare measured by taking a measuring tape and measuring around your neck but leaving a small gap for better comfort, our sizes are normally available on 15", 15.5", 16", 16.5", 17", 17.5", 18", 18.5", 19", 19.5", 20", 20.5", 21"..

SHOES, SOCKS MEASUREMENT

Please note: Our shoes sizes are based on an UK size, unfortunately no other exact sizes for EU or US are available.

Sizes Available

UK/7 US/7.5 EU/40
UK/8 US/8.5 EU/42
UK/9 US/9.5 EU/43
UK/10 US/10.5 EU/44.5
UK/11 US/11.5 EU/46
UK/12 US/12.5 EU/47.5

BELT MEASUREMENT

Please note: Our belts are made with an adjustable velcro to allow a mximum adjustment, please make sure your belt size correspont to your kilt size.

Our Belt Sizes:
Small 28" to 34"
Medium 30" to 40"
Large 36" to 45"
XLarge 40" to 48"