The kilt has been a male-worn, knee-length garment in Scotland since the 18th century. Usually made of wool fabric, it is worn as an elaborately folded wrap skirt. The different checkpatterns of the kilts, the so-called tartans, developed at about the same time and offered the possibility to wear a pattern associated with a favored clan or region. Our red-greenkilts are closed by buttons in the area of the hip and the obligatory wrinkles are already sewn in, so they require no knowledge of traditional folding techniques by the wearer.
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