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  • admin 8:45 am on February 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Argyle hose, Diced Hose and Castellated topped Hose 

    Also known as tartan socks or plaid socks.
    These Hose are all Made to order and take 6-10 weeks to make. Traditionally worn to black tie events and evening events with black brogues or the traditionalist would wear buckle shoes. Pure new wool and always hand made in Scotland.
    Some wear Argyll hose with day jackets but best to only wear to formal events, with a black jacket such as Prince Charlie, Montrose, Kenmore or Sheriffmuir.
    Castellated tops have turrets on top and date back to the 1600s. They stay up naturally or come with a cord to tie them up with, should you wish to use it

    Diced, Argyll and castellated socks are expensive but look and feel a million dollars
    They are the best socks you can wear with your kilt and if you match the colors right it will give your outfit a whole new dimension and depth.

    When they are correctly fitted they feel fantastic They require a few different sizes but are pretty easy to measure
    See measuring details later.

    Remember Hand knitted socks need to be hand-washed only – we have seen a few sets that have gone through a hot wash cycle and there is not much use for them after that…

    Argyll socks hose will last a lifetime if you look after them and are hand wash only.

    Sock 1
    Classic Argyll hose with Modern Hunting Robertson

    Sock 2
    Black and white/ grey Castlated diced sock with Bute Mist.

    Sock 3
    Purple and Navy contemporary Argyll Hose with Scottish Heather tartan

    Sock 4
    Classic diced Hose with Ancient Campbell tartan

    Sock 5
    Contemporary Charcoal/ Black and teal Argyll Hose with Glencallum tartan

    Sock 6
    Claret red and Green diced Castellated hose with Macdonald of Glengarry Modern

    sock 7
    White and red diced castellated Hose with Autumn Bute

    Sock 8
    Measurement pictures

     

    We need your
    Height
    Shoe size ( US or UK)
    Length of foot(picture 1)
    width all the way around widest point(Picture 2)
    Round the ankles(picture 3)
    Round the calf(picture 4)
    Length of leg (Note we will add extra on for the return)(picture 5)

     

    Email us at shop@kiltmakers.com to get yours now!

     
  • admin 3:51 pm on January 27, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    The Scottish Kilt 

    Scottish  Kilt


    The Scottish Kilt is traditionally 8 yards ( 7.4 metres ) of pure new wool.

    Always made in Scotland.
    There are literally thousands of tartans to choose from. We will go into tartan in another post
    The weight of cloth is important to think about.
    16/17oz cloth ( Heavy weight ) is the best weight of authentic Scottish Kilt cloth as it sits and hangs and gives the best swing to the pleats. It is not any warmer than a 13oz kilt.
    For Larger guys heavy weight is by far the best cloth to use as it hangs much better over the belly and holds shape and looks a million dollars!
    13oz Medium weight is acceptable if you are under a 44/46″ waist
    19oz to 21oz is regimental weight cloth – only 6 tartans are woven in this weight now
    Traditionally the Scottish kilt is 100% hand made.
    The kiltmaker will take half a day to check the cloth, check sizes and prepare the tartan.
    The kiltmaker will then take around two days to make each kilt, there are around 6000 to 7500 stitches
    22 to 28 deep knife pleats ( Note kilts can be box pleated if you wish )
    All reinforced double stitched round the key areas where you get the most wear and tear.
    Houston’s make kilts with 3 buckles and straps so the customer has 1.5″ of adjustment either way
    All kilts are cut for growth so that they can be adjusted a few inches in years to come.
    Kilts can be made to normal sett where the pleats at the back are folded to repeat the tartan exactly ( so front and back of kilt looks exactly the same) or they can be regimental sett also called sett to the line where the kiltmaker will take one of the symmetrical predominant pivot lines and sett each pleat to that line so you just see lines down the back of the kilt and the front and back of the kilt looks totally different.. Note 90% of customers go with a normal sett kilt.
    Kilts normally take 6 to 8 weeks to make as long as the cloth is in stock. Kilts can be expressed quickly in a few weeks or a few days if required at a little extra
    If cloth has to be woven then kilts can take up to five or 6 months to make. That is why we always recommend booking at least six months before your function date if you can.
    Houston Kiltmakers is  a 4th generation family business based in Paisley established in 1909 by William.M Houston. Mr Houston’s Great grandson Ewan William MacDonald is now running the business and is passionate about .   At Houstons we have kiltmakers with decades of experience.
    If you are interested in getting a bespoke Authentic Scottish kilt you can come into the shop any time we are open

    or email shop@kiltmakers.com or if you are wanting to talk to one of the best then email

     
  • admin 1:46 pm on September 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    How Many Tartans Are There? 

    There is no way of knowing specifically the first tartan ever created, given how long they have existed. However, with certain magical online tools, we are able to at least see more modern renditions, who designed it and when.

    A Tartan is a design by which 2 or more colours are set to a pattern and weaved to create an accumulation of lines and boxes. Certain mills may have different coloured threads, meaning it is important that you are aware of the specific colours of yarn.

    In the past, tartans were worn mainly by highlanders. During the 18th century when Tartan was associated with government rebellion, it was adopted by lowlanders as a general statement being made.

    It began to grow within Scottish culture, with more and more tartans being designed and registered. According to the Scottish Tartan Society (STS), Scottish Tartan Authority (STA) and the Scottish Tartan World Register (STWR) there are 8165 tartans on the register, made up of legacy tartans formerly recorded by such authorities. On top of this, there are over 2400 tartans registered on the Scottish Register of Tartans since its implementation on February 5th, 2009.

    Any new tartans created are registered with the Scottish Register of Tartan, where a huge catalogue of tartans can be found and the rights to be woven can be acquired from specific tartan Designers. This is useful if one day you wish for your own special weave or custom tartan is being made.

     
  • admin 12:46 pm on January 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: American National Tartan, , Houston Kiltmakers, , , , ,   

    About Ken MacDonald – Owner of Houston Kiltmakers 

    Ken MacDonald is the 3rd generation to run Houston Kiltmakers and is regarded as a world leading designer Tartans. Among his designs include the ‘American National Tartan’, which was presented to US President George W. Bush in 2004 to commemorate Tartan Day and also the ‘Glasgow Mile’s Better’ Tartan used at the Glasgow Garden Festival, which he personally presented to the British Royal Family.

    Ken is passionate about Highlandwear & Tartan, and this has led him to roles as Vice Chairman of The Scottish Tartans Authority and Deacon of the Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow.

    We discussed with him how he got started in the Highlandwear industry and his passion for Tartan.

    Ken MacDonald and his son, Ewan - 3rd and 4th Generations to work at Houston Kiltmakers

    Tell us about yourself and your journey – how did the shop start, and what has been your role in the industry?

    The shop was founded in 1909 by my grandfather William Houston as a gentlemen’s outfitters. Over time it developed to supplying Highlandwear and now that’s what we focus on. Houston Kiltmakers is now a 4th Generation family run business as my son, Ewan, has recently joined us in the shop. Using only the best materials sourced in Scotland where possible, our garments are tailored specifically for the customer by craftsmen & women with many years’ experience. This ensures the finest quality products that will last a lifetime. As we have grown over the years we have expanded and now ship Kilts all over the world!

    The store is located in Paisley, Scotland (A town right next to Glasgow), where I was born. From a very young age I received my first Kilt and also wore a Kilt to school. I have always had a passion for Highlandwear and I’ve been lucky enough to have an opportunity to work in this industry. I have been involved in Kilt making and Tartan Design for almost 40 years now.

    Pictures of Houston's Shop from the early 20th century to the present day

    What does your role with the STA and Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow entail?

    Tartan and Kilts are synonymous with Scotland and these traditions must be safeguarded. As a Governor and Vice Chairman of the Scottish Tartan Authority we have been working hard to try to protect and preserve these key pieces of Scottish heritage for future generations.

    I was honored to take the role of Deacon of the Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow during their 500th anniversary year. This ancient craft has been functioning in Scotland since 1514 and they are continuing their historic work into the 21st century. They still provide assistance to local charities and educational establishments, while maintaining connections throughout the UK weaving industry.

    Have you ever designed or provided Tartans for the British Royal Family?

    Back in 1988 I was asked to design a tartan for use for the staff uniforms at the Glasgow Garden Festival. The ‘Glasgow’s Miles Better’ tartan I designed was used for these uniforms, and when HRH Prince Charles came to visit the festival he was presented with two Kilts in the tartan for his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. It was a great privilege to be able to present the Kilts to HRH Prince Charles in person.

    Left: Ken presenting a 'Glasgow's Miles Better' Tartan Kilt to Prince Charles, Right: A note of thanks from President George W. Bush

    Tartan has strong links to the royal family, with King George VI leading the revival of Kilt wearing in Scotland in the 19th century and Queen Victoria had a love for tartan too, her husband Prince Albert designed the Balmoral tartan exclusively for Royal use. It was great to see that the royal interest in tartan is still strong.

    Where do you get your inspiration for new design ideas?

    I get ideas for new Tartan designs from many places, but I would have to say that a strong inspiration for me is the Isle of Bute. I spend quite a bit of my free time on this small island off the west coast of Scotland at my holiday home there. It is good to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city sometimes to help yourself get creative.

    I designed our exclusive Bute Heather range of tartans on the island and they really are a strong influence on my work. The scenery on the Island is beautiful and it’s hard to believe that somewhere so peaceful is only a little over an hour away from Glasgow.

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    Visit our Buy site at Kiltmakers.com and our Hire site at KiltsForHire.com

     
  • admin 3:14 pm on December 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Campbell, , Clan Campbell, , Highland Clan, , , ,   

    Clan Tartans in Focus – Clan Campbell 

    This article examines the Campbell Clan, looking back at their History, studying their Clan Crests and a glimpse at the associated clan tartans!

    The Campbell Clan is one of the largest Scottish Clans and historically one of the most powerful. According to the 2001 census, ‘Campbell’ was the 4th most common surname in Scotland.

    Clan History

    It is thought that the Campbell’s originally hailed from the Strathclyde area on the west coast of Scotland, with strong connections to the Argyll region.  The clan chief of Clan Campbell has been the Earl of Argyll since 1445, then Duke of Argyll from 1701.

    The Argyll region of Scotland and the Campbell Clan Crest

    In the 14th Centuary the Campbell’s were strong supporters of Scottish Independence, and fought along side Robert the Bruce at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314

    The Campbell’s are perhaps best known for their part in the infamous Massacre at Glencoe, where troops (including several Campbell’s) lead by Robert Campbell of Glenlyon murdered members of the MacDonald Clan in Glencoe on 13th February 1692.
    During the two Jacobite uprisings in the 18th centuary, the Campbell’s sided with the British government and fought against the Jacobite armies. The Campbell’s had four divisions of men at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, the last battle of the uprising which crushed the rebellion.

    Today, the Clan Chief of the Clan Campbell is Torquhil Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll, who captained Scotland’s Elephant Polo team to victory in the 2004 and 2005 World Elephant Polo Association World Championships.  Inveraray Castle has been the seat of the Duke of Argyll, chief of Clan Campbell, since the 17th century.

    Torquhil Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll (L) and the Scottish Elephant Polo team in  2005, with Campbell in the centre (R)
    Torquhil Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll (L) and the Scottish Elephant Polo team in 2005, with Campbell in the centre (R)

    Clan Tartans

    The Campbell Tartan is predominantly green and blue, intersected with a black check. The tartan may look quite familiar to many, as it also goes under the name ‘Black Watch‘ – the tartan used extensively in the UK military.

    Inverary Castle, surrounded by Clan Campbell Tartans
    A variety of Campbell Tartans

    There are variations of the tartan based on different locations around Scotland where certain Campbell’s hailed from. These tartans include: Campbell of Argyll, Campbell of Breadalbane, Campbell of Cawdor, Campbell of Lochawe and Campbell of Loudoun. Each design uses the base colours from the Campbell tartan, but add a thin, coloured line through the design.

    Clan Crest and Motto

    The Clan Campbell crest is of a Boar’s head and they have the motto ‘Ne Obliviscaris’, which is Latin for ‘Forget Not‘)

    Houston’s stock many varieties of Campbell Clan Crested accessories here.

    Other Useful Links

    The Clan Campbell Society of North America (CCSNA) is a great resource to learn more about the Campbell Clan’s history.

    Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of Clan Campbell.

    View all the Campbell Tartans stocked by Houston Kiltmakers.

     
  • admin 4:11 pm on October 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Belt Buckle, , , Family, , , ,   

    Clan Crest Accessories – Personalised Clan Highland Wear 

    The roots of Highland Wear comes from the Scottish Clan system – Clan Tartans are a great example of showing the contrasting styles of the Clans. Each Clan, along with their own specific Tartans, also have their own Clan Crest and Coat of Arms. At Houston’s we can provide the option to customize many items with your own Clan Crest to make each item special to you and link to the connection with a family name. Great as personalized touches to your Kilt outfit.Clan Crested Kilt Pin - Kitlmakers.com

    With origins in the Clan system of Scotland, a Scottish crest badge is a heraldic badge worn to show allegiance to an individual or membership in a specific Scottish clan.

    Clan Crested Belt Buckle - Kiltmakers.com

    Clan Crest accessories can be customized with 120+ different Family Crests – the perfect personalized gift for a loved one, a friend or wear them yourself! From Clan Anderson to Wallace, any many names in-between, choose your family’s clan crest for your accessories!

    Clan Crested Sgian Dubh - Kiltmakers.com

    Wall plaques, Cufflinks and tankards are also available with a family crest, which make great gifts!

    Clan Crested Cap Badge - Kiltmakers.com

    All our Clan Crested accessories are made in Scotland by our trusted supplier. As there is a wide range of crests available in some rare occasions it could take up to 6 weeks for your accessory to be delivered as they will have to be made if they are out of stock at the time of order.

    Houston’s crested product range includes Sporrans, Kilt Pin’s, Belt Buckles, Sgian Dubh’s and much more. You can see our full range here!

     

     

     

     
  • admin 12:28 pm on January 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Jacket Guide – Highland Wear Jackets and Tweeds 

    About our Jackets

    All of our Houston’s Own Range Black Jackets are Super-Lightweight. Jackets, Waistcoats and Trews can all be customized with different button, pocket and fabric options.

    Jackets for Kilts

    Tweed Jackets are hugely popular, matching well with a Highland wear outfit while also having the flexibility to be worn separately. We supply every tweed from all Scottish & English mills.

    Click on the image below to learn more about our Tweed Jacket range or learn about our wide variety of other Jackets available.

     
  • admin 1:37 pm on January 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Kilt Hire Guide – Find your Perfect Outfit 

    Houstons offer the largest and best range of Kilt Outfits for hire in the Scotland, with over 110 tartans, 20 styles of super lightweight jackets, three different button options and over 100 ruche tie colours 

    Hires start from £75 and range to £145 depending on the rarity of the tartan selected, your jacket style and the finish of your accessories.

    We have our Luxury Purple and Grey Tartan range out for 2017 with 22 grey designs and 15 purple designs. These tartans include our EXCLUSIVE Bute Heather range tartans.

    Best to download our comprehensive 84 page Hire Brochure to view our exclusive range.

    You can see our new range of tartans and price ranges in our latest Hire Leaflet.

    Our Hire site can be found at KiltsForHire.com where you can see all Hire tartans, information and videos.

    Special Offers – 6 Hires for the Price of 5!

    Book 5 Hires and the 6th for groom goes FREE on 20 of our top tartans, 20 Styles of Jackets, 140 colours of Ruche Cravats and our Exceptional high quality service! Learn more HERE!

    Wedding Extras

    To make your Wedding day extra special we take care of every little detail. We offer Tartan Ring Cushions, Hand Ties, Ladies Garters, Ribbon, Ties, Trim for Dresses, Handbags and Button Holes designed to match with your Kilt design. Find our range of extras HERE, these can be made in ANY tartan on request.

    We work closely with Joyce Young Collections who co-ordinate Brides, Mothers, Bridesmaids’ & Guest’s dresses with our Tartans. She also has a factory outlet store open Saturdays in Glasgow, with up to 75% off.

    Hire & Buy Offer

    If you would like to buy a Kilt in ANY TARTAN (over 14,000!) you can receive a loan of all the accessories for one week absolutely free!

    Ideal if you have an upcoming event and would like to build up your Kilt outfit through time! (UK Only) More details on Hire & Buy HERE.

    Measurement and Shipping Information

    Best to pop in to our store if you can to get measured. Your whole party does not need to get measured at the same time, they can come when available, they just need to mention the party name or groom’s name. If you can’t make it into the shop then you can use our easy to use Self-Measurement guide for HIRING a Kilt Outfit.

    We ship in the UK using Interlink Express and Worldwide using DHL.

     
    • Julie 7:57 am on July 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Good outfits for wedding

  • admin 3:55 pm on December 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Buy a Kilt, , Kilt Buying Guide, , , , Traditional Kilt   

    Kilt Buying Guide – 3 Simple Steps to Buying a Kilt 

    Buying a Kilt can seem like a complicated process, but it is really quite straight forward. This guide will take you through the process step-by-step.

    About our Kilts

    All our Kilts are Made in Scotland. Our Kilts can be cut for growth so through time if you lose or gain weight your Kilt can be altered accordingly, ensuring your Kilt lasts a lifetime.

    All our Houston’s Own 16oz Heavyweight ranges K23b & K24 are Teflon Coated to Stain-Proof your Kilt from spillages, even Beer!

    Time Scale and Price

    Generally it takes 4 to 8 weeks to make kilt if the cloth is in stock, however we do offer an express service for delivery in 2 weeks at an additional cost of £50.

    We recommend you start the process as soon as possible – if the cloth is out of stock at the mill it can take up to 4 to 6 months before it is rewoven.

    The cost of a Kilt depends on your chosen Tartan, its rarity and your Kilt finish. Buying a full outfit as a Kilt Pack gives you an overall discount of 10%. Kilts start from £288 (£240 Tax-Free), and Kilt Packs from £620 (£517 Tax-Free).

    Current Offers

    Step 1 – Choosing Your Tartan

    On our website, Kiltmakers.com you can browse through EVERY TARTAN, clan histories and clan crests using our Tartan Finder. Search through Sept names and Tartans anyone can wear!

    The most common method of choosing a tartan is to pick one with links to your family name. For instance, if your surname is ‘MacDonald’, you could start by searching for all the ‘MacDonald’ tartans, and picking the design you like the most.

    While you are searching you may notice that you find several variation of a tartan, such as Ancient, Modern, Hunting, Dress or Weathered. These colour variations are explained here. The

    In cases where a name does not have a direct match for a clan tartan, they might have a Sept match. Septs are surnames that, while not having their own clan, are associated with a clan. For example, instances of the name Reid can be associated with clan Robertson. Members of the Reid family should therefore wear Robertson tartan. Our Tartan Finder will bring up Sept matches to names, making it easy to find the tartan for you.

    Along with clan tartans, there is a wide range of regional and district tartans. Example include tartans for each Irish County, American National Tartan, German Heritage, Irish National, Cornish National and so on. Even if your name doesn’t link with a tartan, a regional tartan could be a fine choice.

    There is a wide range of ‘Fashion’ tartans, which can be worn by anyone. These are usually modern designs, though there are some blends of more traditional colour palettes. Houston’s exclusive Bute Heather range is an example of these tartans.

    If you can’t find the perfect tartan from the selection available, why not have your own custom tartan specially woven? Houston’s owner Ken MacDonald is a renowned tartan designer and we can take you right though the process from designing the tartan to having it registered with the Scottish Register of Tartans and woven for you.

    Step 2 – Choosing your Cloth Weight and Mille

    Now that you have selected your tartan design, Kilts come as standard in 8 yards (7.4m). Tartan fabric tends to come in 3 weights: Light (11oz), Medium (13oz) and Heavy (16/17oz). For a Kilt we recommend a 16 oz Heavyweight cloth as the pleats sit and swings better, making you look a million dollars.

    A Heavyweight cloth is NOT any warmer than a medium or light weight kilt – it is the weight of the jacket which builds up the heat.

    You will notice the ‘Stain-Proofed’ tag on many of our tartans – these tartans have a special Teflon Coating which

    We are the only kilt shop to stock a 100% Fine Wool Super Lightweight. The custom cut of the jacket has been perfected over 20 years to give the best fit and each jacket has a stain proof coating.

    Step 3 – Selecting your Kilt Finish

    Kilt Finishes Explained - Explained

    At Houston’s we offer a selection of different Kilt finish across a range of prices. Our range of Kilt finishes are explained in more detail here: Kilt Finishes Explained

    We recommend Kilt Finish No. 6 – Super Machine Understitched Kilt. It is made to the  same quality that we make Kilts for the MOD (Ministry of Defense) and all army kilts we make.

    Additional Information

    Upgrade to a full Kilt Packs, starting from £620 or £517 tax free:  Kilt Packs Guide. On all kilt packs over £600 you get a FREE shirt and tie value £60

    Can’t make it to the shop? Our Self-Measurement guides and Videos on taking measurements will help you to get the perfect sizes.

    We ship in the UK using Interlink Express and Worldwide using DHL. All orders are fully insured and tracked. Orders out with the EU receive TAX-FREE prices!


    Hire & Buy Option

    Why not take advantage of our Hire & Buy scheme, where you can buy a Kilt in ANY TARTAN and receive a loan of all the accessories for one week absolutely free!

    Ideal if you have an upcoming event and would like to build up your Kilt outfit through time! (UK Only) More details on Hire & Buy HERE.

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    We can post out FREE Tartan Swatches/Samples in the UK. Samples overseas require £5 p/p charge, which is refundable upon completing your order.

    If you need any help with selecting your tartan, wish to make an order or anything other queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

     
  • admin 2:28 pm on December 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jacket Adjustments, Jacket Alterations, , , Kilt Repairs,   

    Kilt Alterations, Adjustments and Repairs 

    A Kilt made by Houston’s, if cared for correctly, can last a lifetime. As your body changes over time there can be a need for alterations to be made to your Kilt to keep it fitting you perfectly. Houston’s owner Ken has had one of his Kilts for 30 years, having had 4 alterations to it over the years to keep it looking its best.

    We offer a wide variety of alteration and repair services for your Kilt to make sure that through its life it still fits you perfectly.

    Our in-house seamstress has over 30 years experience and with her skilled eye can identify solutions that can be made to keep you in your Kilt! Best to bring your Kilt into the shop where we can take a look at what alterations can be made.

    Kilt Alteration Services:

    • Kilt Waist Alterations – Often Kilts made have some extra material left that can be let out if your waist size increases. Alternatively Kilt can be taken in if you lose weight and your Kilt struggles to stay up. When buying a Kilt from us, we ask if you wish the Kilt to be cut for growth – this means we will leave some extra cloth hidden in the seam, leaving you with more options to let the Kilt out at a later date.
    • Moving Kilt Adjustment Buckles – The buckles attached to your Kilt can be moved either out or in, giving more of less room. This can give your Kilt a better fit if your weight changes. Our seamstress takes great care in making sure that the tartan cloth attached to the buckle blends in as best as possible to where the buckle is moved too.
    • Worn Kilt Strap Replacement – Over time, your leather waist straps can experience general wear and tear after years of tightening and loosening and may need replacing. Replacing tired looking straps means that ever detail of your Kilt is looking great.
    • Adding Kilt Extension Straps – Extra long straps can replace standard Kilt waist straps, allowing for a larger fit if needed. This involves
    • Kilt Lining Replacement – Worn waist kilt linings can be removed and replaced with new material. The lining of a Kilt is there to protect the Kilt from general wear and tear, so may need replacing over time.
    • Kilt Shortening – A Hem can be added to your Kilt if it is too long. This can be let down at a later date if required.
    • Complete Kilt Remake – We can take apart your Kilt and reassemble it from scratch. This is quite an extreme solution and we recommend it as a last resort.
    • Jacket Alterations – Many fine tuning alterations can be completed on a Jacket, from  sleeve & shoulder adjustments to, Back & Side Seam alterations. More about Jacket Alterations can be read here

    Jacket Alterations to Kilt Jackets

    These alterations are available on a kilt by kilt basis – best to bring in your Kilt so we can take a look and see what solutions are available to us. Pricing is subject to the work done and quote available on request.

    Get in touch with us with your query and we will be able to best advise what we can do to get you looking your best in your Highland Outfit!

     
    • Allen MacKenzie 3:28 pm on June 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I have an ancient MacKenzie tartan kilt which has one small moth hole in the front. Can this be repaired and if it can, roughly how much will it cost?

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