Casual (Ghillie) Kilt Outfit
Measure around waist at navel height. Take measurement firmly, so that kilt may sit comfortably without falling down. Do not breath in or hold your breath.
B) Seat Measurement
Measure around the broadest part of the seat/hips. This measurement should be taken with 2 fingers inside the tape to avoid it being too tight.
C) Kilt Length
You will need someone to assist with this measurement. Stand with your feet comfortably apart and have your assistant measure from the top of your hip bone (approximatly level with the navel), to the top of the knee or mid knee as desired. It is personal preference as to where you would like the kilt to sit but as a general rule the kilt should not sit above or below the knee cap.
D) Full Height
This is a useful measurement to help validte the Kilt Length measurement.
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Your Package Details
This is our most economical kilt outfit, designed to get you up an going
Our casual kilt outfit contains:-
- 5 Yard (Made to Measure) Kilt
- With matching Tartan Flashes
- Kilt Hose
- Leather Day Sporran
- Kilt Pin with Scottish Sword Design
- Plain Leather Kilt Belt
- Belt Buckle Celtic Knot
- Jacobite (Ghillie) Shirt (Available in a choice of colours)
Making time is generally around 6-8 weeks.
Take this firmly around the actual waist (navel height)
More comfortably around the widest part of the hips (seat)
From 2” above the hip bone (almost under your rib cage), to the top of the knee cap.
(It’s best to have someone else take this measurement for you while you look straight ahead)
This measurement gives us a good indication if the kilt length measurement given is correct.
Measure around the widest part of the chest (under arms)