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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by username n/a, Jun 21, 2008.
please tell me
+1 for Scotland.
There's quite a few TBers from Scotland who can point You to the right direction, but a fast Google search would be a good way to start.
Or alternatively make Your own.
define 'good price'?
I'm from Glasgow originally, and got mine from Highland Heritage in Delaware
My kilt outfit for our wedding cost more than my wife's dress! But that was to buy, that place does rentals also - depends on if you're looking for your clan tartan or just want a generic tartan
Here you go ! http://www.sportkilt.com/
Believe it or not, I got a good quality one for a little under 40 clams. Don't even ask me how they can charge so little. It was at some online sword shop, I got it a couple years back so I couln't find it now if i tried. But it's really high quality, really authentic, pretty close to my family tartan too
A green paisley kilt would be really cool
Plaid curtain - $9.00
Safety pin - $0.04
Belt - $10.00
Knowing you didn't just buy yourself a $100.00 skirt - PRICELESS!
If you are buying a real kilt, you are talking £300 for a good quality medium weight one, £400-£500 for a really good quality heavy weight one.
Awesome! Ever miss it? I'm in glasgow 5 days a week usually, tis a great wee city as I'm sure you know
OP: Make sure you get the right tartan for your clan! I'm a farquharson apparently.
i paid 450pounds for mine. its quality
I saw a green paisley tie the other day
Anyway, back on topic, as manly as kilts are, I don't think they will help you with this...
I bought a Utilikilt.
Doesn't exist without pics. You of all people should know the rules.
MAJOR METAL A green paisley kilt would be really cool
Wouldn't that make it a skirt........ I could wear that
Sounds about right, good quality, hand made heavy one is what you want