How to Dress in a Kilt?

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The kilt is usually worn at knee length with pleats in the back. It originated in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century and warn by men and boys. Additional information can be found at: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Kilt.
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Until about 300 years ago, the kilt was used as everyday dress for men in Scotland. It was then made illegal by the occupying English Army and people gradually got out of the habit
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well many people have different ways but this is how i do it. first thing i do is i just go bone naked. (my oldest son likes to wear his while dressing) i get the socks and pull them
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Why do Scots dress in kilts? Why not? Clothing is for warmth, primarily, and identification (fashion) and identity. To be honest, few Scots wear kilts nowadays - other than for formal
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Kilts ARE Skirts!!! Look it up. Kilts are just a particular kind of skirt that is usually tartan, hot, heavy, and expensive and ugly in my opinion. Some people answering have no clue
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You could look at the Black "Shadow Tartan" wool kilts from: http://www.stillwaterkilts.com/. They may not be what Celtic Thunder is wearing, but they ...
Until about 300 years ago, the kilt was used as everyday dress for men in Scotland. It was then made illegal by the occupying English Army and people gradually ...
The?kilt?is a knee-length?garment?with?pleats?at the rear, originating in the traditional dress of men and boys in the?Scottish Highlands?of the 16th century ...
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