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American National Tartan! and the Irish National Tartan.  Two great choices for putting a kilt on it.

and the Irish National Tartan. Two great choices for putting a kilt on it.

Sir John Hynde-Cotton's Highland suit made in Scotland in 1744. It comprises; coat and trews in one tartan plus a joined plaid in a different tartan. The suit is now on display in the National Museum of Scotland.

Sir John Hynde-Cotton's Highland suit made in Scotland in It comprises; coat and trews in one tartan plus a joined plaid in a different tartan. The suit is now on display in the National Museum of Scotland.

The Scottish Register of Tartans . . . is a national repository of tartan designs. It is an on-line website database facility maintained by the National Records of Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government.     Anyone can register new tartan designs - from members of the public to fashion designers to weavers and kilt makers. You can search the many thousands of existing tartans using the facilities provided. Useful links to Sc...

The Scottish Register of Tartans is a national repository of tartan designs. It is an on-line website database facility maintained by the National Records of Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government. Anyone can register new tartan designs.

With an independence referendum looming, there’s never been a better time to examine your inner Scottishness. Especially if you live there.

How Scottish Are You?

How Scottish Are You? I got As Scottish as Billy Connolly dancing the Highland Fling in front of a bagpiper. You’re witty, occasionally belligerent, addicted to fried food and unfailingly friendly: you’re the most Scottish person ever.

Waiting for the bride..(something about wearing a skirt, and your feet automatically start acting coquettish )

Waiting for the bride.(something about wearing a skirt, and your feet automatically start acting coquettish )

Detail: Man's coat, Woollen, twill-weave hard tartan, Scottish, 1740–50. Carefully cut so the pattern lines up when sewn together. Said to have been worn by a rider in Bonnie Prince Charlie's army at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. This tartan pattern, or sett, is still available today as 1328 Culloden (District) tartan. © CSG CIC

Detail: Man's coat, Woollen, twill-weave hard tartan, Scottish, Carefully cut so the pattern lines up when sewn together.

Tartan dresses

Display window in Edinburgh Scotland - John Morrison, Kiltmaker. Have to add this I love plaid every color LMc

SCROLL TO BOTTOM/LAST PHOTO OF THE PAGE FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO MEASURE Scottish Couture Tartan and Silk Velvet Ball Gown. The Lady Peacock. The front of this elegant dress has a princess

Scottish Couture Tartan and Silk Velvet (AKA

Scottish Couture Tartan and Silk Velvet (AKA The Lady Peacock Tartan forms the lacing and bow down the back. Princess neckline in the front. Dress is fully lined.

Comme des Garçons Fall 2000 Ready-to-Wear Collection Photos - Vogue

Comme des Garçons Fall 2000 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

Comme des Garçons Fall 2000 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show - Noot Seear

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