Symbol Of Pride | Black Watch Tartan Kilt
Posted by huma mustqeem on January 16th, 2020
The Black Watch Tartan was said to be used by the Independent Companies. They policed the Highlands under General Wade who was formed in 1725 and later evolved into the Black Watch in 1739. The tartan has been known by various names.
It was worn in the proscribed period (1746-1782) when the highland dress was banned by an Act of Parliament by Government servants and regiments in American wars. Thus it was called the 'Government' or 'Hanoverian' tartan. It is the same tartan as the Campbell clan tartan. The reason is much argued. It might be that out of the original six Independent Companies four were commanded by Campbells. These days it is used as a 'Universal' tartan so wearable by anyone who has no tartan or clan connections.
Black Watch Tartan Kilt is a subtle, made from breathable acrylic wool, understated kilt whose colors make it perfect for discreet nighttime wear. Because it is great for any occasion, this means it also looks striking with any number of tops you choose to wear it with. The Black Watch Tartan Kilt is composed of two colors: stark black and a deep forest green shade. These colors run alongside each other in traditional tartan style. On the side of the kilt is a striking knife pleat that delivers extra comfort and style to your look. Fastening this kilt onto your waist is as simple as employing the use of the handsome and adjustable black leather straps found on one side and completed with metal buckles that will never rust. Enjoy the ability to order the Black Watch Tartan Kilt to your exact liking right down to the finest detail. Your kilt is made to order after you have supplied your precise measurements.
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