Mackenzie tartan Kilt
Posted by coleenstela on September 21st, 2018
History of Tartan kilt
Tartan belongs to Scottish culture and is not only one of Scotland’s greatest icons but also one of the world’s leading national marks of identification. Traditional kilts are designed and woven with this heritage in mind to create an authentic look that’s perfect for formal events, social gatherings, weddings and more.
There is estimated to be up to 5,000 different tartans in existence, with about 150 new designs created annually! Originally, tartans were constructed using woven wool, although now they are made with a variety of materials. Alternating bands of colored threads criss-cross perpendicularly to one another, and are woven in such a way that causes diagonal lines to form where different colors cross. This gives an illusion of new colors, although they are actually just a result of the crossing of the threads.
Tartan is a historically and culturally significant pattern that is made of up crossing horizontal and vertical bands or threads of colours.Tartans were historically made with woven wool; however, today they can consist of most other materials.
It is estimated that there are nearly 7,000 different tartans that exist, with around 150 new ones created each year. We are adding new tartans in our inventory and also accept custom orders. Browse our collection of tartans and orders yours!
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Most Famous and Attractive Tartan Kilts
Mackenzie Tartan Kilt
Sometimes the background of the kilt provides the most prominent source of attractiveness when it comes to its tartan, but in some cases, it is the bordering lines and embellishments that really draw the attention. The Mackenzie Tartan Kilt is a shining example of this. The main colors in this kilt are forest green and midnight blue that work in harmony to create a handsome, yet subtle background. In the forefront are striking white lines with a crisp nature that clearly separate the different sections of patterns in the tartan. Bold red lines run along near the white ones for a brilliant contrast. Included in this Mackenzie Tartan Kilt are rust free buckles for connecting a sporran or other accessory along with an adjustable leather strap.
FERGUSON TARTAN KILT
Perhaps you find that you are curious about wearing kilts but are not too eager to throw on a traditionally styled one quite yet. The Ferguson tartan colours are green, navy blue, black, red and white. You want a kilt that is more casual, able to be worn around town or with a semi-dress. you aren't ready to fully commit to a classic kilt, and with the Ferguson Tartan Kilt, you don't have to. This contemporary kilt looks great with any sort of attire. It features eye-catching bright lavender stripes that seem to jump right out of the kilt.
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