If you find yourself reading this article, you may be considering buying a kilt. As you probably know there are many options on the market; casual or traditional? Machine-made or hand sewn? How to choose! Hopefully I can give you some insight on the choices at hand to help make your decision.
Hello everybody! Hope you all enjoyed your weekend. I’m back to continue the conversation about kilt jackets, and what is considered formal and what’s casual? Last week I touched on Bonnie Prince Charlie jackets, Sheriffmuir jackets, and Argyle jackets and how these traditional evening and day formal jackets have evolved over time, yet are still the most commonly worn jackets for formal occasions. So what should you wear to less formal occasions?
Kilt jackets can be a tad overwhelming if you’ve ever researched how many different kinds there are. To name a few there’s the Bonnie Prince Charlie Jacket, the Sheriffmuir Jacket, the Argyle Jacket, the Arrochar Jacket, and then there are all the Jacobite waistcoats from the Inverness to the Edinburgh Doublet! How to choose! And what is classed as formal or casual?