• Kilts | Scottish Kilt in France

    Kilts | Écossaise Kilt în France - Kilt Scottish Sur Mesure
    Scottish Kilt est votre guichet unique pour le costume celtique fabriqué sur mesure, la collection va au-delà des kilts pour inclure sporrans, vestes, chemises, ceintures et boucles. Kilt Écossais

    What Are The Different Parts Of A Men’s Kilt?

    If you want the truly authentic experience and fulfill aspects of tradition and fashion,there are a whole host of Kilt accessories which will give you the total look These Include

    The Belt: made from pure leather with a decorative buckle.

    The Sporran:A small pouch worn around the waist so as to hang in front of the Kilt. 

    Kilt Knife:also called “Sgain Dubh” from the Gaelic meaning a ‘Black Knife’ It’s a small knife often with a decorative bone handle and a leather Sheath.Traditionally kept tucked inside the top of a man’s Hose (Socks)

    Kilt Pin: A decorative pin,pinned in front panel of a Kilt.

    Hose:Knee length woolen socks. often comes in single color or Various colour patterns.

    Shoes: Known as Gillie Brogues Leather Shoes with laces.


    Which Tartan Should Your Men’s Kilt Be Made From?

    The name for the specific tartan pattern used on a kilt is a sett. This relates to the weaving pattern, number of threads, weight and colours used.  Though most setts are not trademarked, thus do not legally restrict who can wear them, most are registered to a clan, meaning that there are social conventions regarding who can wear them. If you do not have a known clan tartan, try tracing your roots back by using a search website such as House Of Tartan. Simply type in your surname and be told which clan you are, and thus which tartan sett you should wear on your men’s kilt.  If you have no direct ties to any clans, there are a number of tartans which are universal, such as Black Watch, Caledonian, Hunting Stewart and Jacobite tartans, but search for your mother’s and grandmother’s maiden names to see if you have some connection.

    Custom Made Kilts For Men

    A true men’s kilt is a bespoke affair, much like a good interview suit or black tie outfit. Cheap or off-the-rack kilts are unflattering and do not allow for correct sizing, which may lead to the kilt not hitting you at mid-knee, which is considered very inelegant. Many of our men’s kilts are handmade for to ensure the perfect fit. Obviously, your kilt will be worn more than once, at events and celebrations, and often in front of others who know their men’s kilts. A low quality kilt is sure to be spotted immediately, and met with disapproval. The places where you will need to know your measurements are your waist, hips and possibly also your rise, which is the distance from waist to groin. This will ensure that you wear your traditional, handmade men’s kilt with style and with respect to tradition.

    Hybrid Tartan Kilt

    Choose your Desire Kilt From Scottish Kilt , Take your Measurement if you need any help related to Kilt Measurement visit   https://kilts.fr/guide-de-mesure

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    What To Wear With Your Traditional Kilt

    When dressing for a formal event, do not forget the correct accessories. Men’s kilts should be paired with a jacket, waistcoat, tie, shirt, and knee socks known as hose. To complete the look, you should also wear a sporran, kilt pin and Ghillie brogues, which are a specific type of shoe. For an authentic look, you could also add:

    • A sgian dubh - A small ceremonial knife worn partially concealed in the hose, with only the hilt visible.
    • Sock flashes - Small pieces of tartan attached to the hose, are also an option, and should be worn to match your kilt tartan.

    All these are guidelines for formal kilt wear, whereas casual kilts, such as leather or utility men’s kilts can be worn with any normal day wear, as there are no rules or traditions surrounding those. Whatever you choose, make sure to browse our extensive range of men’s kilt, tartans, materials and cuts.Explore more about Kilts at https://kilts.fr/

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