Wrap the Kilt Around your Body
- Please follow these instructions carefully for wearing your kilt. Take your right arm and wrap it around your front. The corner of the right should meet up with the left. Where there is a small hole in the lining for a strap to go through.
Your kilt should be wrapped around your body with the pleats to the rear And the aprons overlapping at the front. The fringes should fall to your right-hand side.
A kilt is meant to be worn high on the waist (above your navel). Causing it to drop down to the middle of the knee.
Hold it to the buckle, just like a belt, at the outer cornet of the left waist
SHIRT & TIE
We offer three types of shirts to pair with your kilt:- The ghillie shirt is a traditional, loose-fitting shirt. There’s no need for a tie. The leather lace can be fastened in a simple knot. Or left to hang down the front of your shirt. Standard wing collar shirts are usually combined. With bow ties for a formal kilt outfit. They can also be styled down for a straight neck tie for a daytime or outdoor event.- Victorian collar shirts are the most formal option and are usually paired with a bow tie or a ruched tie or cravat.
No matter which shirt you choose, it should be neatly tucked into your kilt.
JACKET & VEST
Whether you choose a casual three or five button waistcoat or decide to go full formal for a Prince Charlie jacket & vest combo, your selection should always complement the colours in your kilt.
The jacket is normally kept open to show off the waistcoat’s polished buttons.