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Imitation Skilts

They say that imitation is a form of flattery, well, I’m flattered.  Many thanks to Bruce for bringing these jokers (are there more??) to my attention.

I’m offended by the punctuation in Kiltailor‘s “Utility Kilt For Active Men’s”.

I notice that Royal Kilt likes the denim design so much they list it twice: an ordinary one cut out in photoshop and a “stylish” version (presumably due to the presence of my legs).

Euro Kilt‘s Union Flag “Sublimation” kilt is a bit of a mystery.  According to Freud sublimation is the process of transforming libido into “socially useful” achievements, including artistic, cultural and intellectual pursuits.  I can only assume they don’t have much libido to transform if their socially useful pursuits involve ripping off other designers.  Can someone please order one so we can see what a dog’s breakfast they make of it?

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Weaponise your Skilt

Looking to mash your modern kilt with a more traditional Scottish look?  Why not add a traditional Sgian Dubh knife to the top of your sock?

I’d like to introduce Dean.  At only 25 years old he is the owner of Gemini Bespoke Knives LTD.

Hi is based in Loanhead, Edinburgh, and makes a variety of hand made items including Sgian Dubh kilt knives, forged steel dice, jewellery, display pieces and sculptural art.

All of his pieces are hand crafted using traditional and modern methods and have been sold worldwide to customers, museums and collectors alike.

Check out his website here:

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Traditional kilt / jacket fitting pop-up in London

From March 10th-18th, our friends at MacGregor and MacDuff are bringing an exclusive, authentic Scottish kilt fitting experience to the heart of London. There’s no need for grooms, groomsmen or gents looking for a jacket to go with their bespoke Skilts to travel to North of the border as they are bringing this exclusive service direct to your doorstep at their Shoreditch pop-up.

Check it out.  If you go please let them know Skilt sent you.  You may even get a bit of a discount.

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Noel is “always a Fusilier” his Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Skilt


The Royal Fusiliers were originally formed from two companies of the Tower of London guard, and called the Ordnance Regiment. Most regiments were equipped with matchlock muskets at the time, but the Ordnance Regiment were armed with flintlock fusils. This was because their task was to be an escort for the artillery, for which matchlocks would have carried the risk of igniting the open-topped barrels of gunpowder.

Drop us a line if you would like us to make a Skilt in your regiment’s colours.