Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The kilt is a traditional Scottish garment that is used to symbolize power, culture, and family origins of people in the Scottish Highlands. The practice of wearing it has had many changes throughout its long history, including being banned in the mid-1700s to downplay the influence of the Highland clans. Today, kilts are worn for special occasions like traditions games in Scotland, and have remained a symbol of the country’s strong and unique culture. In the United States, kilts are also becoming a popular and masculine practical utility, casual, or formal wear. Because of its historical symbol as a badge of honor, it is fitting that men , Scottish or not, know how to properly wear a kilt. Here are some tips to ensure that you don’t were it like a girl.