Women’s fashion tends to have a lot more room to bloom into more diverse styles than men’s clothes do, but one way that men’s attire seems to provide more accessibility and benefits than women’s clothing is with pockets. It is rare to put on a skirt, standard kilt or dress to find pockets in the design, and even then, those pockets are shallow and difficult to actually store anything in. The answer to this problem lies in utility kilt womens. These types of kilts provide just as much style and bcontinue reading →
Over the years, the Scottish kilt has continued to evolve like any other piece of fashion, reaching past its original barriers that left it only for men, finally branching out into the world of women’s fashion as well. And, because of its rich history in Scottish culture, women who are proud of their heritage should be able to show it off with just as much style and pride as their male counterparts, and at Scottish Kilt Shop, you can do just that.Scottish Kilt Shop specializes in providing high-continue reading →
Keep your essentials secured with the White Horse Hair Sporran with Plain Cantle. This traditional sporran is fashioned out of genuine black cowhide leather and bears a silver thistle, a traditional symbol of Scotland. Its cantle is highly polished and left unadorned to keep the emphasis on the other parts of the sporran. Beige horse hair makes a stylish backdrop for the two black horse hair tassels, which hang from chromed caps and chains. With the spcontinue reading →
If you love the traditional and classic appeal of a Scottish tartan kilt but find that you want to wear something a little more fun and cheeky, too, opt for the high waisted tartan mini kilt for Stylish Women! These striking tartan skirts has a shorter length than a traditionally styled Scottish skirt and comes to approximately the top of the middle of the thigh. Cute and fun, this tartan skirt is perfect for wearing out at night or to your favorite music festival.This high waisted tartan skirtcontinue reading →
Full DRESS SPORRANS
Full dress sporrans (or dress sporrans) are the most formal type of sporran. Perfect for formal occasions like weddings, they pair best with a Prince Charlie outfit.
They commonly feature fur fronts, a fur gusset, three to six decorated fur tassels with regular or cross-chains, and a metal cantle at the top.
The cantle is ordinarily made from pewter or silver and often features Celtic knotwork designs. It may also feature other Scottish symbols such as the lion rampant,continue reading →
The sporran is a traditional part of male Scottish Highland dress and is a pouch that performs the same function as pockets on the pocketless kilt. Suited up, casually formal or totally relaxed, a stylish sporran can be the highlight of your outfit and is an easy way to freshen up any kilt. Made of leather or fur, the ornamentation of the sporran is chosen to complement the formality of dress worn with it. The sporran is worn on a leather strap or chain, conventionally positioned in front of thecontinue reading →
Kilts are a long-running tradition for Scotsmen. Not only is kilt wearing a huge part of the Scottish people’s culture and heritage, they make fashionable displays of said heritage in a way that has become recognized worldwide. Its popularity has helped to put Scotland on the map, so to speak, and allowed kilts to become a true symbol of the land. Wearing a kilt affords its owner a unique style that nods at days gone by while also looking forward to the future of fashion and its trends. The Robcontinue reading →
Commonly known as the Irish National Tartan, the pattern of the Longniddry Green Modern Tartan Kilt supports a handsome kilt that can be worn to show your pride in your heritage. Perfect for any style of full or semi-dress, this stylish kilt features bright green colors embellished with white accents and lined with black stripes. This beautiful combination of colors contrasts nicely against one another and is woven into warm acrylic wool that can help keep you cozy during the winter months. Madecontinue reading →