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You will need a string and ruler, or a soft tape measure. 

Start by measuring your upper hip, which should include the circumference of the fullest part of your stomach.   Then, you can measure your waist which is the thinnest part of your body. Make sure the string or tape is relaxed, and not digging into your skin. Breathe out during the measurement to ensure an accurate reading.

Depending on where you feel most comfortable wearing your kilt, your measurement will fall between those two numbers. If you aren't sure, measure the length of the kilt from either circumference to get an idea of how far down it will go. For traditional length kilts (22"), you are aiming for center of the knee for length. For a shorter look, we offer both 14" and 16" length kilts.

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