How to measure

  • Ask someone to measure for more accuracy
  • Stand in a relaxed and upright position
  • During measurement, don’t wear thick clothes
  • While measuring, consider that the measuring tape should not be tight or loose but sit comfortably.
  • Measure in inches
  • Do not provide the measurements of the pants

Kilt Measuring Guide

Some measuring guidelines are given below for the kilt length. While measuring, if you face large variations, then you should know how you are measuring and then try again for an accurate result. These sizes can vary it depends on the preferences and body types.

Height 5' 6" to 5' 7" = 22" to 22.5" kilt length

Height 5' 8 to 5' 9" = 23" to 23.5" kilt length

Height 5' 10" to 5' 11" = 24" to 24.5" kilt length

Height 6' to 6' 2" = 24.5" to 25.5" kilt length

Height 6' 3" to 6" 4" = 26" to 26.5" kilt length

Height 6' 5" to 6' 7" = 27" to 27.5" kilt length


he kilt's length varies and depends on how high you wear the kilt on your waist. It is essential to consider the jacket of which type, whether it would be a full-length jacket or short-style. The rule of thumb is that regular kilts are worn to the middle of the knee, while military kilts are worn a little shorter than standard kilts. The best way to measure the kilt is to stay straight comfortably and ask another person who has to kneel down on the floor and measure your kilt from where you want to tie it at the waistline to the middle of the knee.

It depends upon where you want to wear the kilt on your waist, whether you prefer to wear it around or close to the navel. For this reason, the kilt's waist size is slightly different than the trouser's waist size. To have a better and more secure fit, measure it according to where you want to wear the kilt