Kilt Care Instructions
So here are the Care Instructions for Kilt which Kilt and Jacks exclusively written for the assistance of our customers. So here you go;
1- Washing Care
Avoid vigorous washing of Kilts and try not wash Kilts with any other cloth as other cloth may ruin your kilt’s cloth. Moreover, try to wash the kilts with hand as Kilts usually have buckles, antique buttons, and belts which may be tangled in your washer. Or we would suggest you to moderate turn cycles as well as fragile wash.
For drying, sun high beam can make materials and colors blur so we would recommend you to dry Kilts in moderate level beams which will let your kilt last for long without faded color.
2- Hang Dry
The dryer procedure may bring about shrinkage or cause undesirable additional wear on your kilt. Some of our kilts ought to never be placed in the dryer because of materials other than cotton being utilized.
3- Try not to Fix too Tight and Use Belt
When you use a belt then the creases, clasps, and latches don’t expose all the strain while wearing. This will prevent your kilt from twisting or extending after some time of use.
4- Don’t Wash too Long
It also depend on Fabric but usually Kilt fade away or loses its shine after washing it for too long.
5- Cleansing Agent
There are many cleansing agent out there which effects the color and quality of Kilt cloth so you need to take care with such agents and always use genuine or quality Cleansing agent which suits the fabric of your kilt.
6- Take Care while Pressing or Ironing
This is the most important thing to take and that is while taking care while ironing or pressing your kilt. You need to set the settings of iron according to the cloth of your Kilt. So you need to take special care of that otherwise your kilt may get burnt, loose the quality or fade away.
Measuring Guides for Jacket
If you are new with buying Jackets online then this measuring guide is going to help you in that. So follow this Jacket Measuring guide for buying your exact in best fit position.
It is really important to measure the jackets first as you may get over or under-size Jacket and may ask for return or exchange. So to avoid such situation you need to measure yourself and get your Jacket in best-fit size.
So to help you out below simple measuring steps will help you to measure the size of your Jackets without getting measured wrongly.
Following are the three measurements you are supposed to take;
- Measure your Chest Size
- Measure your Waist
- Measure your Shoulder to Shoulder
- Measure your Sleeve Length
- Measure the Back Length
1- Measure your Chest Size
Lift your arms and wrap the tape measure around your chest at the widest point or ask someone to help you out. Put your arms down. Stand tall and ‘at ease’. Do not over inflate your chest by holding your breath so just relax and measure. Just stand and breathe normally. Measure loosely around the chest at underarm height while wearing a t-shirt.
2- Measure your Waist
Measure loosely around your “True Waist” at your naval while dressed in a shirt to get the best-fit.
3- Shoulder to shoulder
Put on a well-fitting suit jacket. Keep your arms at your side. Measure from shoulder joint till the end where other shoulder body ends. It is basically measuring the back length between both shoulders.
4- Measure your Sleeve Length
Put on a well-fitting suit jacket or any other similar jacket to get the best measure. Keep your arms at your side. Measure from the shoulder seam (the top of the sleeve where it meets the jacket body) to the cuff. If you do not have a suit jacket, measure from the edge of the shoulder, down your arm to where you’d like the sleeve to end.
Typically, jacket sleeves end 1.5″ to 2″ above the base knuckle of the thumb, breaking at the wrist or slightly lower. Roughly 1/4″ to 1/2″ of shirt sleeve should show below the cuff of the jacket.
5- Back length
Stand straight and ask your partner to measure your body from the back side, it will be from the end of your collar till your waist point or as per your choice of Jacket’s length.