How to Measure
Your kilt size is NOT your pants size. Instead of measuring around your waist where you normally would for pants, you need to measure around where you plan or wearing the kilt. Usually it's just above the naval/belly button. Make sure the measurement is taken against the skin (do not measure over clothes otherwise you will request a size that will be too big). The tape measure should be snug although not too tight when recording your measurements. If you need any more advice, please Contact Us
Ladies, our kilts are standard stock sizes (which is one of the reasons why our prices are so affordable), your hips may be bigger than your waist so please consider this when ordering.
It is thought that each family name (or clan) has their own tartan and thus, must wear the tartan they are attached to (or the tartan that their name is closest to alphabetically). This is a myth. Any person can wear any tartan they choose. The only exception to this rule is that if you are in the presence of the Queen, you must not wear the Royal Stewart tartan.