Where Can I Buy A Kilt In South Africa

Where Can I Buy A Kilt In South Africa

A kilt is a type of knee-length men’s dress skirt non-bifurcated with pleats at the back, originating in the traditional dress of Gaelic men and boys in the Scottish Highlands.

Below is Where You Can Buy A Kilt In South Africa

Dunvegan Kilts & Tartans

Address: 99 Links field Rd, Dowerglen, Eden vale, 1612
Phone: 084 580 4200

Cargo kilts

Address: 11 Halkyn Rd, Selcourt, Springs, 1567
Phone: 011 363 3217

Rob Roy Scottish Kilt Hire & Supplies

Address: 67 Market St, Johannesburg North, Johannesburg, 2195
Phone: 082 889 3098

Staghorn Scottish Outfitting & Kilt Hire

Address: 16 Gabriel Rd, Plummeted, Cape Town, 7800
Phone: 021 761 4853

Kilts And Regalia

Address: 1B Sunrise Park, Ndabeni, Cape Town, 7405
Phone: 073 530 3030

Blair Atholl Kilt Hire & Outfitters (Pty) Ltd

Address: Area, 42 Eland St, Koedoespoort Industrial, 0186
Phone: 067 404 0374

Dunvegan Bagpipes

Address: 175 9th Avenue, Highlands North, Sandton, 2192
Phone: 011 440 2484

Scottish Kilt Hire

Address: 7 Hawthorne Ln, Morningside, Durban, 4001
Phone: 082 675 7730

Are kilts expensive?

The most traditional and most expensive type of kilt is one that has been hand-made.

These kilts are made-to-measure and crafted by expert kiltmakers who use their skills to create the perfect fitting kilt.

A hand-made kilt takes time and this is why the price is higher than other types of kilts.

What do kilt colors mean?

It’s said that red tartan was worn in battle so blood would not show, green resembled the forest, blue symbolized lakes and rivers, and yellow resembled crops.

Today, the colors identify religion as red and green tartans represent Catholics and the blue represents Protestants.

Tartan is used to make a kilt

A kilt is a piece of tartan, worn around the waist. However, a ‘proper’ kilt is usually accompanied by: A sporran – a small bag worn around the waist, over the kilt.