Boys Casual Lightweight Wool Kilt
Boys kilt for ages 2-12. Made from Pure new wool, and made in Scotland. Dry Clean Only.
Boys Casual Lightweight Wool Kilt
The kilt is made in Scotland to the highest quality standards. This kilt is made from lightweight pure new wool that will be comfortable and suitable for any child to wear. This kilt is perfect as it will grow with your child. It has an elasticated waistband that will stretch as they grow, which also offers comfort for your child. It features three 1" buckles on either side of the apron, and comes with a 1"hem, which can be let down as the child grows. It is fully pleated and is complete with a single fringe on the apron. It is pleated to sett, and comes with a standard kilt pin, as well as, tacking in the pleats to ensure it arrives to you free from creases. These are great for any occasion, whether it be for school functions, a wedding, christening, or even for casual wear with an Arran jumper. These kilts are made with your child in mind and will sure to be comfortable and a long lasting item in their wardrobe.
This item is made in Scotland and made to order.
Age 2 Measures: Waist: 18 in / 46 cmDrop: 10in or 25.5 cm
Age 4 Measures: Waist: 20in / 51 cmDrop: 11in / 28 cm
Age 6 Measures: Waist: 22 in / 56 cmDrop: 12.5 in / 32 cm
Age 8 Measures: Waist 23in / 58.5 cmDrop: 14.5in / 37 cm
Age 10 Measures: Waist 24 in / 61cmDrop: 15.5in / 39cm
Age 12 Measures: Waist : 26 in / 66cmDrop: 17 in / 43cm
Lead Time & Delivery
Lead Time is 3-5 weeks, and we strive to delivery as soon as possible.
If you require a tartan that is not available, please call us or contact us via email for further inquiry.
Kilt Measuring Guide
For many, the thought of self-measuring for Highland dress may seem quite daunting, but by following a few basic instructions this need not cause concern.There are two golden rules.
- DO NOT attempt to do this alone. It is essential that you get someone else to do the measuring as it is quite impossible to do this yourself with any degree of accuracy.
- Use a proper tailor's measuring tape. This may sound obvious but you'd be amazed at the number of folks who try to make do with a 6-inch ruler and a piece of string! It never works
Finally, if you need any advice, or are not sure of something, don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email.
WAIST (d) It is important to have the correct "starting point" which is 2 inches above the hip bone, usually at the navel. From this starting point measure around the stomach - this is the waist measurement. Note, the waist measurement that we are looking for is not the same as a trouser waist measurement, as the kilt is worn higher the waist measurement is usually greater than the trouser measurement.
SEAT (e) Take the widest area across the bottom and measure around, do not put the tape measure tight, this should be a fairly loose measurement.
LENGTH (f) Whilst kneeling on the floor and keeping your back upright. Look straight ahead then measure from the navel to the floor. This will give you the correct finished length, which is mid-knee. There is a temptation to lean forward to view the measurement but this causes an inaccurate length measurement. It is essential that someone else does the measuring for you, as it is impossible to take this measurement accurately by yourself.