Black Scottish Utility Cotton Kilt

Black Scottish Utility Cotton Kilt


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Traditional Scottish Black Custom Made Cotton Utility Kilt In Gothic Style For Men With Beautiful Silver Chains

Black Scottish Utility Cotton Kilt

  • Newly designed product suitable for Fall and Winter Season
  • Two Large Cargo Pockets one on each side
  • Attractive rust free Brass hardware material giving very long life to utility kilt
  • Standard 1.5 inches Knife Plates
  • Belt Loops: 2.5 Inches
  • Regular waist sizes available in the range of  28 inches to 52  inches
  • Standard Drop length of this kilt is 24, It can be adjusted as per customer request
  • 100% Heavy duty drilled black cotton
  • Manufactured with Black color thread Stitching making it very unique
  • Fresh and newly Handmade item
  • Very comfortable and soft in wearing
  • Can be used for Formal and Casual purpose

This design of utility Kilt is meant for ONE Size only and Size is not adjustable while selecting size  please be accurate in providing your belly button measurements in standard US inches

Traditionally utility Kilts are fastened and worn near naval Point (Belly Button) ,to avoid any sizing problem please measure your, waist sizes and drop length at from the belly button.

Did You Know Scottish kilts originate back to the 16th century, when they were traditionally worn as full length garments by Gaelic-speaking male.

They were referred to as a line, Gaelic for shirt and typically, the garments were draped over the shoulder or pulled over the head as cloaks.

The wearing of Scottish kilts was common during the 1720s, when the British military used them as their formal uniforms.

The knee-length kilt, similar to the modern kilt of today, did not develop until the late 17th or early 18th century.

Scottish kilts were made using self colored garments which were white or dull brown, green or black as opposed to the multicolored plaids or tartan designs recognized today.

As dyeing and weaving techniques improved during the late 1800 tartan patterns were developed and these plaid designs became native to Scotland using tartan cloth.

If you have Any Question About Black Scottish Utility Cotton Kilt then you can ask from them before purchasing the Product.

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