How to Measure your Outfit

It is important to get your measurements as accurate as possible to ensure that we provide you with a good fitting Kilt or Outfit.

Our guide below is in 2 versions. You can elick on the image Hot Spots to see instructions for measuring that item, or use the textual list below the image.

A- Sleeve

Measure from crown to cuff (shoulder to wrist).
It is also helpful if you can measure with the arm bent at the elbow in front of the chest and measure again shoulder to wrist.

B - Chest

Measure around broadest part of chest keeping the tape up under the arms.
Keep one finger between the tape and the body.

B - Chest

Measure around broadest part of chest keeping the tape up under the arms.
Keep one finger between the tape and the body.

C - Waist

For a kilt, measure 2 inches above the hip, level with the gents navel.
For trews do the same.
For trousers measure 1 inch above the hip bone.
Men tend to breathe in when getting measured so ensure they are relaxed and breathing out.

D - Hip

Measure widest part of hips/seat.

E - Kilt Length

Ask the man to kneel down with his back and thighs vertical.
Measure from his navel to the floor.

F - Height

Measure head to toe.

G - Jacket / Waistcoat length

Measure from back of neck to appropriate point.

H - Seat

Measure seat loosely for trousers allow a size up if man has larger thighs i.e. sportsman, body builder etc.

I - Outside Leg

Measure from C to Ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

J - Inside Leg

Measure crotch to ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

K - Collar

Measure front of neck all the way round to meet 1st point again.

L - Shoe size

Our shoes come in standard UK sizes.

C - Waist

For a kilt, measure 2 inches above the hip, level with the gents navel.
For trews do the same.
For trousers measure 1 inch above the hip bone.
Men tend to breathe in when getting measured so ensure they are relaxed and breathing out.

A ARM

Measure from crown to cuff (shoulder to wrist). It is also helpful if you can measure with the arm bent at the elbow in front of the chest and measure again shoulder to wrist.

B CHEST

Measure around broadest part of chest keeping the tape up under the arms. Keep one finger between the tape and the body.

C WAIST

For a kilt, measure 2 inches above the hip, level with the gents navel. For trews do the same. For trousers measure 1 inch above the hip bone. Men tend to breathe in when getting measured so ensure they are relaxed and breathing out.

D HIP

Measure widest part of hips/seat.

E KILT

Ask the man to kneel down with his back and thighs vertical. Measure from his navel to the floor.

F HEIGHT

Measure head to toe.

G JACKET/WAISTCOAT LENGTH

Measure from back of neck to appropriate point.

H SEAT

Measure seat loosely for trousers allow a size up if man has larger thighs i.e. sportsman, body builder etc.

I OUTSIDE LEG

Measure from C to Ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

J INSIDE LEG

Measure crotch to ankle or normal position man wears his trousers.

K COLLAR SIZE

Measure front of neck all the way round to meet 1st point again.

L SHOE SIZE

Our shoes come in standard UK sizes.