How to Measure
Don't take the measurement yourself or you will likely get it wrong. Get someone to help you.
TRADITIONAL TARTAN KILTS: Your kilt size is NOT your pants size.
WAIST: Traditional tartan kilts are worn higher up at the naval level. Make sure the measurement is taken against the skin or while wearing a thin shirt/t-shirt. The tape measure should be snug although not too tight when recording your measurements. If you measure at 37" then you should order a 36-38" kilt.
DROP: Kneel on the floor, have your body straight up (your knees should be at a 90 degree angle). Measure from the belly button down to the floor. If you have a larger belly, take the measurement from the side.
This is a guideline only but your own measurements should be what you see here or very close.
|5'6 - 5'7||22 - 23"|
|5'7 - 5'9||23 - 24"|
|5'9 - 5'11||24"|
|5'11 - 6'2||24" - 26"|
|6'2 - 6'4||26"|
|6'4+||26 - 27"|
MODERN UTILITY KILTS: Some prefer to wear these kilts at the same level as they wear their pants, some prefer to wear these a bit further up as explained above. It's entirely personal preference. So order based on where you plan on wearing it.
LADIES SKIRTS: These skirts taper from top to bottom. Please measure where the top of the skirt will be worn and order based on that measurement. We offer 16", 18" and 20" drop lengths.
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