Red ruairidh kilts - where the authentic traditional hand sewn kilts are custom; made to your exact; size and specification. All my kilts are made from no less than 8 yards of cloth
I market mens kilts, ladies kilts and full highland dress outfits for both. I market garb wear 17 th /18 th century dress, kids kilts, and can sell you tartan by the meter or yard. I only use the best craftsmen and women in Scotland, My company only sells authentic Scottish goods that are made in Scotland. My aim is to provide the customer with the highest quality material and the best Scotland has to offer at the most affordable price possible.
Alterations to kilts from £30.00, Jackets from £25.00, Trousers or trews from £25.00, very affordable prices see alterations page for all services. Needing your kilt in a hurry moving the buckles and straps on kilts; to make bigger or smaller; can be done same day no extra cost,
Due to working life of many customers red ruairidh kilts will be open for all kilt altertions on a Sunday now from 10 to 4
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Soft and lighter colours.
Tend to be strong, dark colours, although some are lighter. Usually they are quite plain.
Either of the above kinds of tartan, but they tend to have lots of green through them.
Any of the above, with lots of white through it.
Reproduction colours simulate the look of older cloth, weathered by the elements.
Please check the new books that have been added to the catalogue.
Check out new plaid brooches on the Gifts page. Stunning choice of four designs, choice of stones, 250 clan crest names to choose from made in Scotland.
Special weave woven to order min 10meters
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If your looking for something different and you dont want to go the tartan road, why not have look at the tweeds. Tweed is a very versatile fabric and can be made into kilts & jackets. Samples of the different tweeds are available to see on the tartan goods page.
Visit the Harris Tweed Authority website »
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