When wearing your kilt you want to feel the swing of the pleats as you move. It’s worth paying a little more for the extra yardage to achieve this. A traditional kilt is usually made from a 13oz (medium weight) or 16oz (heavy weight) fabric.
Made with care
We make your kilt to your measurements, so you’ll know you’ll have a good fit and most importantly a good length. It’s worth taking your time in doing this to make sure you get it right but we’re on hand to help should you need it. Our handy measuring guide shows you exactly where to take the measurements: Kilt Measuring Guide.
The kilts are made with care and attention to detail. Modern kilt making uses tools such as the sewing machine to achieve a sharp finish, our kilts are then finished by hand before sending out. We can also complete a kilt fully by hand stitching for a real traditional finish.
What fabric should I choose
We work with a number of traditional mills so have access to a significant amount of tartans. You can search for your clan tartan (or something bolder!) using our bespoke tartan finder. If you’re unsure which tartan or fabric to choose we can send a swatch out for you.
Our swatch service includes a free measuring pack to help get those measurements correct and a discount code to reclaim the cost of the swatch : Swatch service
It’s not unheard of for kilts to be handed down the generations. With a little care your kilt will see you through all formal occasions in style. The kilt is a versatile piece of clothing and is often seen worn with ghillie shirts for more casual outings and even with your football or rugby shirt for the international games. With this in mind you’ll soon find that compared with hiring a kilt for these occasions you kilt soon pays for itself. Once you have your own kilt you’ll soon find a larger number of occasions to wear it on.
As our featured product for March you can purchase your kilt at a reduced price. Our traditional kilt usually costs from £273.24 but is now from £255.24.
We have a great information centre, so if you need any more information be sure to check here: All about kilts