Well If I knew your location I would be able to find one for you. Here is how I locate a store when I need one. Pull up yp.com type in the city your looking for, where it says business name type kilt stores.
1) Unless you live in a great big city or an internationally known kilt maker just happens to have a nifty little shop near your home, try the Internet. Type in: "Ordering Kilts Online."
Since ordering custom clothing online can give one the jitters, make sure you get fabric samples. Make sure proper fit is guaranteed. Make sure you understand what proper kilt fit is. If you want the entire deal, make sure all that is provided in a guaranteed contract -- socks, sock decor, kilt pin, sash thing, jacket, shoes, etc.
2) If that's just too scary, find out from your own trusted tailor just how much fabric it takes to make a kilt and send away for your heart's desire, but have it whipped up at home. Add more for the sash thing and the jacket and the tam-o-shanter and whatever else might necessarily be tartan in a Scotsman's attire.
3) Do you want a clan's "dress" or "hunting" tartan? Some are easier to find than others. Mindful: If you are searching for a clan's rare tartan, the whole thing might be harder. But since you can design your own tartans online, I doubt it would be much of a problem. Emmagoldman10
You can google Kilts for sale, also enter your zip code to find a local vendor. If you are lucky enough to find a local Highland Games there should be vendors there to accommodate you Next you have to decide the quality of material and workmanship that you are looking for. You can buy a starched cotton manufactured kilt from Pakistan from $40 and up that will look great when you buy it and maybe get to use it once. I use Lochcarron of Scotland for all of my personal and professional purchases of Highland Wear. I feel it's better to spend more for quality and something that can last a lifetime. Francis Wallace www.celticbagpiiper.com