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Kilts A kilt is not just a piece of clothing that resembles skirts, it refers a Scottish pride and symbol of honor that represent power, romanticism and dramatic forms of highland dress. Moreover, as a Scottish ancestry kilts also belong to a specific family clan. Kilts as a routine dress to formal wearing comes in many forms as traditional design to edgy modern in denim and camouflage, and pinstripe to utility kilt. Kilts dress uniquely stitched according to practical needs in a very modern and utility design. It also has roots in the type of highlanders clothing worn by numerous invaders of Scotland. Nowadays, kilts are famously worn at ceremonies to different official occasions as a formal dress range to military processions.
Celtic CultureA kilt is being associated with Celtic culture and well-adjusted suit that suitably combination of climate, the lifestyle of the modern era, and convenient working dress. In short, kilt has a very rich history and natural masculinity effects in itself by wearing from men and women.
Kilts AttributesA kilt is simply a back-sided pleated garment often made up from woolen cloth designed in a tartan pattern. Kilts in its originated form specifically used by men and boys in the Scottish Highlanders as the traditional dress, also a well-popular clothing worn on formal occasion, sports events, and highland games. Nowadays, a specific concept of wearing a kilt is being changed to its broader context by wearing on marriages ceremonies, different fashionable informal male occasions to daily use wearing item. Kilts are cultural garments by having social significance of honor and well-recognized Scottish garment all over the world.
Design of KiltsKilts has some specific designing in its unique form and developed in a very modified way from ancient to modern style dress that belongs to its essential features. Kilts in this modern world develop the taste of fashion and formed according to practical conditions that add the beauty and charm at the same time due to its Scottish character reflection. Kilts construct from 7 to 9 yards of tartan plaid fabric which is wrapped and folded approximately 12 knife pleats. Three types of pleats are popular among kilts stitching pattern.
- Pleat to sett
- Pleat to stripe
- Knife pleats