From this page you have access to 35 gallery pages showing traditional kilts in just as many different tartans.
And to other pages with solid coloured traditional-style kilts and utility kilts.
When looking at the many pictures on the following pages you might get the impression that I always wear a kilt. I don't. But often. That often that my dear wife will say, I always do.
Almost 25 years it is since I had my first kilt. I like the look, the comfort, the difference, and the difference it makes, being just that little bit different.
Last not least, isn't variety the spice of life? To me it is, I think.
The intention has not
been to show you how I look like when wearing a kilt, but to
- have you imagine how you
might look wearing one.
- help you finding the right kilt, i.e. tartan and type of kilt.
- inspire you, to one day wear a kilt yourself, or if you already are a kilt wearer, to do it more often.
- convince you that you can practically wear a kilt anywhere, anytime,
and without needing any special occasion.
As they say in commercials for quite another type of product and target audience, "You're worth it."
Not just kilts
Even if focus is on kilts, D2K is advocating for all kinds of skirted garments, worn in a manly way
. Because the more we are, being brave enough, not always to wear trousers, the more accepted it shall become.
, gallery pages, showing man skirts
, as well as 'manly enough' skirts
, meaning they were intended for women to wear, but nevertheless do have some 'masculine' touch, have been added.
On two pages everything is mixed - The Braveheart Way.
Altogether 49 gallery pages.
All gallery pages are designed to function as automatic slide shows. By means of the left and right angles, as well as the stripes at the bottom of each picture you can at any time go back or forward, thereby overruling the automatic action.
Also, you can have a picture stop moving with the mouse pointing over it.
Small devices should be held horizontally for best results.
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