Many of us struggle with what to wear when it is time to attend a Scottish wedding. This is especially true when searching for a wedding kilt. Whether you are the best man, the bride, the groom, or a guest, you will probably experience pressure to look your best. After all, wedding kilts are the ideal finishing touch for a Scottish wedding theme. Here is a helpful guide that will help you make an informed choice when buying a kilt outfit for your wedding day, should you want to wear one!.
Scottish Kilt and Accessories For Scottish Wedding
A kilt is More than worn in this authentically traditional traditional Scottish wedding event attire. Along with a conventional vest, you’ll also need a Charlie jacket to elevate the appearance of your kilt.
Prince Charlie Jacket and Waistcoat
Consider the kilt costume to be a costume. Wearing the Prince Charlie Jacket and waistcoat with your favorite highland kilt is the obvious choice these days for a sophisticated, impressive, and elegant appearance that shows off your Scottish patriotism at any formal event. This sophisticated jacket may be made from either 15-ounce Barathea or Vicuna wool. It is black and has a matching 3-button vest to give it a polished appearance. Three matching embellishments run diagonally along the front of the design.
The jacket is even more suitable for a formal event like a gala or wedding because of its classic notched lapels. Most vendors typically include the vest by default, but it’s a good idea to confirm.
Scottish Ghillie Kilt Shirt
At any formal function, you can wear your favorite Highland Kit as a typical Scottish shirt (with leather laces at the neckline) underneath your Prince Charlie Jacket or Coat, a mark of pride. The traditional Scottish Shirt can be worn with a tie or bow tie for formal dinners, weddings, and other occasions. The shirts are available in ultra-casual Jacobite styles that are perfect for any festival, event, or picnic.
Scottish Glengarry Hat
A traditional Scottish hat, known as a Glengarry hat, is usually constructed of tartan or wool. Its round, wrinkled crown, which slopes down toward the back, and flat top give it a unique shape. The hat also has a ribbon that flows down from the back of the hat and a ribbed band around the base of the crown. People who participate in Scottish cultural activities and members of pipe bands and regiments frequently wear glengarry hats. They can also be worn as a fashion ornament or as a component of a traditional Scottish costume.
Kilt Hoses and Flashes
Kilt hoses are the most crucial piece to finish your outfit after a kilt and sporran. Every pair of kilt hose covers your calf and is taller than most socks. When coupled with complementary Kilt Flashes, this ensemble is unmatched. Kilt hoses are needed for a formal occasion since they complete your look. You can hold and decorate your hoses simultaneously by wearing kilt hose flashes at the top. In addition, matching flashes in the various shades of the Tartan Pattern are available. The customary socks to wear with a kilt are called Kilt Hose and come in black or white. You can choose from elegant leather designs for your feet that go well with your Kilt ensemble.
Scottish Ghillie Brogues
Ghillie Brogues, often called leather kilt shoes, are distinguished by their lengthy laces that pass over the ankle. The classic shoes for your kilt are the Ghillie Brogue Shoes. Ghillie Brouge’s outfits go well with business casual, semi-formal, and formal attire. The leather used to make them is just natural. The luxurious and flexible fit of the stitching on these Special Ghillie shoes makes them comfy to wear. We use leather soles for our shoes.
Kilt Pins, Brooches & Fly Plaid
Your selection of a kilt pin is subjective. Similar to your selected tartan, you may showcase your flair and add a distinctive element to your kilt ensemble with our selection of kilt pins. Your Kilt Pin has a decorative and practical purpose. Wearing a tartan fly plaid with a kilt and an argyll or Prince Charlie jacket is tradition. The Fly Plaid is worn over the left shoulder and should be constructed in a tartan that complements the kilt. Then, a smaller kilt pin or even a kilt brooch can pin it to a shirt or jacket.
Ladies have discovered that folding it into a triangle and draping it over their necks may transform it into a sophisticated infinity tartan scarf.