Early Kilt - Red And Green Tartan
Tartan patterns were woven and worn in pre-Christian Scotland but the kilts did not designate which clan their wearers belonged to.
The differentiated patterns that communicate the social affiliation of their wearers did not develop until the 18th century.
This red and green tartan kilt has been made from heavy fabric and sits just above the knees.
The kilt has buttons at the hips, and the pleats are sewn in place so there is no need to spend hours folding in the fabric.
Material: 100% Polyacryl
Shipping Weight: 0.40 kg