Self Measurement Guide
Normally when receiving customers own measurements (C.O.M), we can tell by the height whether the length of the kilt is in proportion as this measure is the one that most people get wrong. We are always happy to discuss by phone / email to guide you through the procedures of C.O.M but you should always get someone else to measure you as you cannot measure yourself accurately.
Jackets and shoes really have to be tried on as makers sizes can vary, however off the peg sizes can always be exchanged.
We are happy to accept C.O.M on kilts on the understanding that we cannot accept any responsibility if the sizes are wrong and the garment does not fit. Any alteration charges to put them right would be at the customers own expense.
Taken round the natural waist in line with the naval. This measurement must be firm.
Taken round the broadest part of the bottom or hips. Easy measurement required.
Taken from 1.5 – 2″ above the hip bone (in line with the naval), to the middle of the knee cap.
From your full height, we can gauge if the length is correct.
Taken round the waist where trousers are worn.
Taken round the broadest part of the bottom or hips.
Taken from crotch of trouser to finished length.
Please state whether you require the trousers to sit higher on the waist to fit a shorter style waistcoat.
36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50 & 52
Short, Regular, Long & Extra Long
Made to measure jackets can be supplied (at extra cost) but we recommend you get measured by a proper tailor or in the shop.