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Welcome on the Dress2Kilt site!

Have you ever been thinking of wearing a kilt? But have given up, because you were not Scottish? Or you thought it to be too complicated or could think of no place to use it? Or too expensive?

You might have to think again. As a matter of fact, these years an increasing number of men all over the world, no matter their nationality, colour, heritage, belief, sexual preferences or whatever will buy and wear a kilt; and not just at events that too seldom occur, but as smart casual daily wear.

So might YOU too. No need to be Scottish, just man enough.  

This homepage is made by a Non-Scot, with the clear cut objective to bring the kilt into eye level, to tell everyone interested that it has not to be neither complicated nor expensive.

Just four keep-it-simple pages and you are ready to wear the kilt out and about, and with confidence.

1. Men and kilts
2. How to buy a traditional kilt
3. Acessories to go with it
4. How to wear it.

Should you like the idea, but for some reason prefer something less traditional or just wanting to have other options as well, alternatives are described on two pages:

Utility kilts also referred to as modern and contemporary kilts, and
Skirts -
primarily man or male skirts which are actually to buy and which might by design not be that different from utility kilts. But also ordinary skirts are discussed under the condition they won't challenge a manly appearance.

Further this homepage comprises what might be the most comprehensive Kilt links page on the Internet and no less than 39 Gallery pages with around 700 photos, showing traditional kilts, as well as utility kilts.

The Dress2Kilt site is in English and German - even if neither language is mother tongue of the webmaster.


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