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  1. We were specialized in custom-made kilts. Wallace tartan kilt is specially made for Christmas and further made in 5 to 8 yards (depends on size) high-quality acrylic wool with deep and sharp knife pleats. Each of the knife pleats in this kilt is sewn individually to assure of providing manageable and sharp features. available at our online store.
  2. 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 Kilts were originally made by the pure wool but now kilts are made in acrylic wool and other fabrics for easy maintenance and handling.It is an ideal kilt for casual occasions or even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.