Articles in Kilts

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by David S Duncan on December 20, 2016
What's Really Under a Scotsman's Kilt?
by David S Duncan on December 20, 2016
I would like to share with you a true story told to me by my cousin, who for obvious reasons, as you will see when you read on, had better remain anonymous. ... Read full article
by Daron Thomas on December 20, 2016
So You Want to Buy a Modern Men's Kilt
by Daron Thomas on December 20, 2016
Now that you have decided to finally make the decision to own your first modern kilt, there are many factors to consider. What type of fabric should you choose?... Read full article
by Heather MacCain on December 20, 2016
Contemporary Kilt Alternatives
by Heather MacCain on December 20, 2016
With a spate of recent good weather in the UK, Scotland has been basking in some of the nicest summer weather we’ve enjoyed for a number of years!... Read full article
by Ola Jones on December 20, 2016
Famous Scottish Pattern
by Ola Jones on December 20, 2016
When you are thinking about Scotland and Scottish people what is the first thing that appears in your mind? Probably beautiful landscape, bagpipes, blankets, kilts.... Read full article
by Heather MacCain on December 20, 2016
Tartan for Ladies
by Heather MacCain on December 20, 2016
It's easy, when confronted by the wealth of unique and striking traditional dress for Scottish men, to forget that ladies also appreciate the opportunity to show off their Scottish heritage! ... Read full article
by Mark L Byrd on December 19, 2016
Scottish Wedding Accessories
by Mark L Byrd on December 19, 2016
Whether you're looking to create a full Scottish theme for your wedding, or just want to add a few distinctive and carefully chosen Celtic touches, you'll need the right accessories to help create the look you're after. ... Read full article
by Matthew Newsome on December 15, 2016
Early History of the Kilt
by Matthew Newsome on December 15, 2016
The kilt . . . an ancient and noble garment . . . remnant of the early Celtic race of Caledonia. ... Read full article
by Patty Inglish on December 15, 2016
Tartan Day April 6 - How To Celebrate The Scottish Holiday!
by Patty Inglish on December 15, 2016
April 6th is National Tartan Day in America and you can celebrate by researching your family history and finding whether you have any Scottish - or Irish - heritage. Both the Irish and the Scottish have tartans. They both have bagpipes as well. ... Read full article
by Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica on December 15, 2016
Tartan, cross-checkered repeating pattern (or “sett”) of different coloured bands, stripes, or lines of definite width and sequence, woven into woolen cloth (sometimes with silk added). ... Read full article
by Heather MacCain on December 15, 2016
Measuring for a Kilt
by Heather MacCain on December 15, 2016
As we get closer to the Christmas period, many Scots will be thinking of investing in a wool kilt for their loved ones, or for themselves. ... Read full article
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