A Complete Guide to How to Measure for a Kilt & Kilt Outfit: Ensuring the Perfect Fit
Achieving the perfect fit for your kilt and outfit is crucial for comfort and style. Whether you’re a seasoned wearer or new to this timeless attire, accurate measurements are key. Follow this guide to ensure your kilt is tailored perfectly, enhancing your look and providing comfort for any occasion.
A Definitive Guide on Measuring for the Perfect Kilt Fit
Waist Size: Waist measurements should be taken at the navel level and the measurement must be tight. This is usually taken 2 inches higher than your hip bone or higher from where your trousers are usually worn.
Hip OR Seat Size [Optional]: Please put your feet together, then measure the broadest part of your hips. Ensure that your pockets are empty! It’s not necessary.
Fell Measurements [Optional]: This measurement should be halfway between the waist and seat (bottom). The fell is the distance from the waistline to the hip measurement line. It’s not necessary
Kilt Length: Please kneel on the ground, place the tape on the floor then measure up to your belly button. Remember that kilts shouldn’t be worn too long!
Mastering Precision: A Step-by-Step Guide on Measuring Your Ideal Kilt Outfit Fit
Neck Size: By wrapping the measuring tape around the neck, put about one inch above from shoulders.
Shoulder Size: To measure the shoulder width Measure from one shoulder edge to the other from the back .These points are where the shoulder meets the arm.
Chest Size: Measure around the widest part of your chest, place the tape close under the arms and make sure the tape is level flat across the front and back.
Sleeve Length: Measure from Shoulder Joint point to wrist.
Back Length: Back length is the measurement from the base of center Back Neck Point or cervical to the natural waistline level across belly button.
Height: Measure your body height standing straight against the wall.
Clarity at Your Fingertips: Watch Our Tutorial for a Step-by-Step Guide on Measuring Your Perfect Kilt Outfit