Yep, like KT said, the Irish do wear kilts. I am of Irish (ahem, and Polish ) ancestry and have researched this a bit.
It's a funny coincidence this was brought up.
We took my stepson out for his 32nd birthday, Tuesday.
(He is of Irish (father) & Polish (mother) descent [grandparents came right off the boats, thru Ellis Island
Recently, he added a Celtic tattoo, in honor of his ancestry.
Amongst the conversation, kilts (of course) came up.
I suggested that he give a serious look into kilts, to further honor his lineage.
Aaron is a handsome, athletic young man... and a snappy dresser. He would look absolutely bada$$ sharp in a kilt.
Additionally, he has four small sons... this could be the start of a wonderful tradition, between father & boys. (start 'em young, I say)
I informed him that I would, of course, be kilted for Thanksgiving... and that an extra kilt & accessories would be available for wear that holiday, if he would desire to check it out.
I will continue to give him "gentle nudges"...
Even though his father is a proud Celt, he's a bit of an arrogant a**... and would not take kindly to his son following his stepfather
into a kilt.
I have a good, trusting rapport with my stepson... I can be patient. -Doing my part to further the Kilted Kause....