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  1. Zeeshan

    scottish festival

    The St. Andrew's Society of Detroit would like to invite you and your family to attend and enjoy our Highland Games next year on Saturday, August 4th, 2018.
  2. In this age of machine-made shirts, it is indeed a luxury when you think about custom-made shirts or tailor-made shirts. Scottish Kilt still remains the favorite destination for people who want to have their shirts sewed. But there is good news for you because you can order your own custom-made shirts or tailor-made shirts online.A tailor-made clothing, on the contrary, is crafted to exact measurements that fit perfectly and comfortably which becomes very useful when the attire is made for the special formal occasion. Scottish Kilt is your one-stop shop for the custom-made Celtic costume that allows you to design your own custom-made shirts or tailor-made shirts. All you need to do is visit the website and follow the steps and you will be done with creating the Ghillie Shirt you want.You just need to do select a shirt from the wide range of Ghillie shirts at Scottish Kilt.Send your measurements to us and Scottish Kilt will send you perfect Ghillie Shirt according to measurements. Then you will just need to pay online and your shirt will be delivered at your Doorstep. Ghillie shirts/ Jacobean shirts You may have seen gentlemen wearing loose-fitting cotton shirts with a leather laced opening around the throat. These shirts are known as Ghillie or Jacobean shirts and are a big part of traditional Scottish clothing.these Casual Ghillie Shirts can make you distinctive from other in any particular ceremony, parties or events. White Jacobite Ghillie Shirt They are the more informal accessory to the Kilt , and were originally designed to be comfortable for dancing or other physical activities. The Jacobite Ghillie Shirt is a traditional design that can be made to measure to suit any man. Many kilt wearers prefer them to the more restrictive and formal waistcoat and shirt combination that is also worn with a kilt.
  3. Abellaava

    Tartan Kilt ...!!!

    Tartan has become the main symbol of Scotland and Scottish Culture. Now Tartan has also become the essential part of the modern clothing and designer's choice. Kilts were originally made by the pure wool but now kilts are made in acrylic wool and other fabrics for easy maintenance and handling.It is an ideal kilt for casual occasions or even for sporting events. Our traditional kilts are all made to measure. This means that, not only do they look fantastic; they will also fit you snugly and comfortably. The fabric for each of our kilts is woven and cut by hand meaning each one is a unique piece of art. This Tartan is also used by the clans and in festivals for bands. The Royal Stewart Band Tartan is also used by the queen’s guards. Royal Stewart Tartan Kilt is made from around 5 yards of the poly-viscose Acrylic wool and is very lighter than the traditional 8 yards version. The kilt was designed so it will not affect your style, tradition and you will feel comfortable wearing this kilt. Royal Stewart Tartan Band Kilt has deep pleats sewn individually so that they stay sharp and look elegant. It has adjustable leather straps so it fits perfectly around you waist.
  4. Ladies’ kilts have all the same flair as traditional men’s kilts, blending Scottish heritage with feminine tailoring for a garment that can look at home at any occasion. You can channel Highland heritage into any outfit by finding the perfect combination of kilt length and tartan. Don't let society tell you that kilts are reserved only for men! Here at Scottish Kilt Shop, we welcome anyone who wants to wear this traditional style of dress and look fantastic while doing so. We offer several ladies' kilts that can have you feeling more comfortable and fashionable than ever before. At Scottish Kilt Shop, you can choose from a variety of kilt styles, including utility kilts that make performing your work and duties more efficient and comfortable. We also offer leather kilts for those nights on the town when you want to make a fashion statement and tartan kilts for when you want to get in touch with your Scottish heritage. Hybrid Kilts are available for those who are indecisive on whether they want tartan or utility. Women's Kilts by Scottish Kilt are smart, classy, and perfect for any occasion. Available in many colorful tartans and styles, our comfy Women's Kilts include customizable features,
  5. paulhenry

    Kilt From Old Jeans

    Some time ago, I was talking about making a kilt from old pairs of denim jeans, well I have finally got around to sourcing some jeans from the local charity shop.I need to start taking them apart and then restitching them into a proper shape. I don't expect this to be a quick process, but I'll try and keep posting a few pictures as I go!
  6. Irish Kilter

    Hello All!

    Hello there! I have been wearing kilts off and on for about a year now and am going to be competing in a local and possibly a semi-local highland games event coming this September. I'm speaking of Kilt Fest in Mercer County NJ and the Ligonier Highland Games near Pittsburgh PA. I haven't sent my application into the one in PA yet but I am off that weekend so I really want to go. I have been looking for some cheaper equipment but that isn't going well so I am using rocks and a 47lb tire haha.
  7. clarker777

    New cantles

    Hi We've just designed a completely new range of cantles for your sporran, now when I say completely new, it really means completely different. I'd just like to hear your comments about what you think of them, good or bad! Thanks
  8. Welcome! As I work on getting everything working after the overhaul, I want to hear about everyone who is here! Do me a favor and introduce yourself, even if you have been here FOREVER!!! I'm KT, and I'm here to make you laugh, educate you are little about the kilt, and help you build the confidence to wear it wherever you want. I also do all manner of other things, but that will come in time on the blog. so, who are you? Dont' Forget: Be Strong. Put a Kilt On.
  9. thedapperdead

    Full Mask Sporrans

    Just a quick post to say I've got some full mask (and non masked) sporrans available in my store just now. All animals are either roadkill, ethically sourced from zoos or were shot as food by local gamekeepers. Have a look if you fancy www.thedapperdead.com
  10. What is your favorite kilt accessory? is it a custom or special sporran? is it a sgain you found or had made? is it something else? I am torn between two. I have a custom BOTK sporran by Wyvern Leather Works and a custom sgain made from a 2000-year olf australian iron bark tree and hand-made blade from Raptor. what is your favorite kilt accessory?
  11. thedapperdead

    Newbie hello!

    Hi all! I just joined up today as I came across this site whilst shopping for cantle makers. I live in the Highlands of Scotland and I make full mask and traditional style sporrans for a living! I'm also a vegetarian so all of my fur and leather is sourced from roadkill, deceased zoo animals and vintage shops. When I'm not sporran making I'm generally with one of the many animals and I also shoot weddings with my boyfriend who is a pro photographer. So how I have the time to be on here I don't really know... Anyway just joined because I love seeing how everyone wears their kilts around the world - the variations even here in Scotland are huge. Looking forward to saying hi to everyone
  12. On the subject of traditional kilt-wearing theory. At the Brotherhood of the Kilt we accept ALL kilt-loving folks. While tradition says kilts should be worn a specific way, I will NOT stand for people belittling, disparaging or otherwise maligning other people here, members or not, regarding how they wear the kilt. We are NOT the Kilt police. I do encourage active discussions on different ways to wear the kilt, and suggestions for formal or semi-formal wear "corrections" but claiming anyone is more or less manly based on the cut or wear of their kilt is simply ridiculous. To those who dedicate their lives in trying to enforce traditional kilt wearing method, I ask this. Why are you not going after anyone wearing blue jeans if they are not some kind of factory worker, cowboy or miner? That is why blue jeans exists in their original version, loose and for workers. The evolution of the Blue Jeans as fashion staple vs. work clothes has a decent article on wikipedia, I suggest anyone who is going to get all pissy about someone wearing a kilt a little different read that, as I firmly believe the kilt is going through a similar process of changing from a limited-use garment by specific people to generally accepted clothing for the masses. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeans
  13. Vikingknotter

    Help with Highland clothes

    Hi I'm new here. I'm looking for some help with putting together frontiersman highlander clothing. I'm part of a group that camps frontiersman style and I want to honor my Scottish heritage by wearing traditional Highlander clothing that I would make myself. Any help or direction in my search for patterns, fabric, or accessories would be greatly appreciated
  14. Allen Keisler

    Kilt Suggestions

    From where can I get Tactical Kilt?
  15. Hi Guys and greetings from a very hot CA - perfect kilt wearing weather. I'm writing an article on the good and bad points of wearing a kilt to work and would appreciate any comments on your experience. Most people I've spoken to say they've never had a customer complain about their kilt and it often starts great conversations. I have had a couple of guys mention they had a hard time with their HR manager because it wasn't in the dress code. One got an absolute NO WAY. Any comments would be great. All will be totally anonymous in my article. It would be useful if you mentioned the type of industry you worked in. Thanks guys.
  16. KT

    Freedom is Awesome

  17. Allen Keisler

    Kilt Advice

    Hello all, I'm currently looking for advice on where to get a good, reasonably priced kilt. I was wondering if you lads might know where I could buy one online? Thanks
  18. Ahsan

    About

    what suggest about scottishkiltshop.com
  19. Someone once told me that I eat horribly. As you can see, I'm mending my ways. Have you read your Kiltology today?
  20. I made the paper...AGAIN!!!! here is the link to the article. http://marion.wickedlocal.com/article/20150312/NEWS/150319457/
  21. Comrades, I purchased a Royal Regiment of Scotland kilt and it arrived from Co. Antrim (NI) just a few months ago. It is the kilt currently in use and is MoD issue. It's gorgeous and very sturdy but, sadly, doesn't fit me. I wish it did! It has roll-pleats (which are still sown down), stury black buckles, nice leather straps. I paid $300 for the kilt and international shipping so I'm asking for a "best offer" and I'll ship anywhere in the USA at no cost to you. I have worn it once as an trial around the house and had people offer their opinions. The one that mattered the most comes from a well-known kiltmaker who said that it was absolutely gorgeous but simply a bit too big for me. I'm 5 ft 8 in tall and I think this kilt would be best on a person who is an inch to three inches taller than I am. The basting stitches were still on the kilt until the above-mentioned trial which stemmed from my lovely wife removing the stitches when I was at work so she could see me with the kilt on. https://www.flickr.com/photos/36969218@N02/24563062360/in/album-72157664221611621/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/36969218@N02/24832283786/in/album-72157664221611621/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/36969218@N02/24858535525/in/album-72157664221611621 Measurements: Height = 176 cm Waist = 88 cm Breech = 104 cm Regards, Jonathan
  22. I was lucky to find our hotel hosting an Abba tribute event on a recent ski hol. in Italy. Had some trouble posting pictures so I've combined the pictures in the hope of being able to post a couple before crashing. Success!
  23. In the past few weeks I have heard some very odd comments regarding my kilt. I have been called "awesome", "cool", "retro" and a few other fairly normal things. One guy said "that guy is wearing a camo skirt. That is so gangsta". I'm not sure what he meant by that, but I'll take it as a compliment. The kilt in question was a vietnam-era jungle camo UT Kilt.
  24. Sean.Hazard

    Concealed Carry Sporran

    Ok, so I just recently started wearing the kilt as my primary form of dress an started wondering what the best way to conceal carry would be. Most, if not all of the typical day wear sporrans are too small to carry anything much larger than a derringer and still have room for my wallet, phone and keys. On my last trip to my local range I asked at that shop if they knew anyone who did good work on holster and could modify one for me to fit a kilt belt and maybe handle some customer work as well. They told me to speak to Marshall Hall (HallHolster@gmail.com). I met with him and he was able to quickly modify a holster for my H&K to fit a kilt belt without any issue so I spoke to him about making a sporran specifically to hold my EDC but still give me the ability to move the holster that came with to a normal 1" belt and he came through with no issues at all. My favorite part of this whole thing is that while I can still cc there is room for my wallet, phone, keys a spare mag and room to get things in and out without making a big deal of what going on in there. You can see a comparison of the CC Sporran -v- a Day Sporran I have on my Facebook page or at: http://www.pinterest.com/nachtzehrer/cc-sporran-by-marshall-hall/ If you're interested in talking to Marshall about holsters and cc options he can be reached at: HallHolster@gmail.com
  25. I have often wondered why it is windy outside almost every day I am kilted. I also wondered why it happens more when I spend some time putting together what I am wearing and not just throwing on the first kilt I find. I realized what it is this morning. A good strong wind is Mother Nature's way of saying "Nice Kilt". *****do not repost without a link to this page***** Get your own copy of Kiltology here! www.amazon.com