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HISTORY: The colors and plaids used for kilts didn't signify any particular meaning until the 18th Century, although the upper classes showed off their wealth by the number of extra colors in their plaids, but this way of showing the wearer's social status soon went out of fashion.
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Many a braugh lad fancies a kilt for his Ren Faire garb--and we've got 'em, in a range of colorful plaids to suit any lad's fancy!
To purchase either kilt, choose plaid and size from drop-down lists, then click "Add to Cart".
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Both kilts above are made of soft acrylic wool. Kilts were originally pleated on the floor before being tied around the waist. We've made these easier to put on by sewing in the pleats. Order by waist size: S (28-30"), M ( 32-34"), L (36-38"), XL (40-42"). Belt and sporran sold below. Highlands shirt pictured above sold separately.
Belt and sporran sold separately below.
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This kilt matches the skirt of our Highland Dress for a great couples look--perfect for weddings, costume parties, and RenFaires. Sewn-in pleats for ease of wear, buckle for adjusting fit.
Cut a dashing figure at the faire in this handsome, dark blue and burgundy plaid quilt. Pleats are stitched in for easier wear, and a side buckle has been added for adjusting the fit.