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Scottish tartans and kilts

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Scottish tartans and kilts

Postby Kay » Mon 5 Dec 2011 07:34 GMT

I found this link the other day.

http://www.tartansauthority.com/highlan ... r-the-kilt

I thought it was interesting, especially since I'd been disagreeing with someone on another forum about the correct way to wear a kilt. Whatever, if you've nothing better to do, there's some good stuff on there if you want to browse.
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Postby ruggie » Thu 8 Dec 2011 11:53 GMT

Interesting. Looks as if my brother was out of fashion with his ruffled shirt at his daughter's wedding a year or so ago...
At last year's Pitlochry Highland Games I was disconcerted to see caber-tossers and hammer-throwers wearing cycling shorts under (and half a foot below) their kilts,
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