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    New Fly Plaid

    Hey guys,

    Today I got a new fly plaid. I already had one but didn't match due to the fact it was a different material. I got it off Ebay for 16.99.

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    Here is me wearing it for the first time.

    And here is a picture of me wearing the old one that didn't match.

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    Its a great looking tartan.
    As a more formal piece, you might find it wears better with a Prince Charlie coatee on and down the one side.

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    I wore a Fly Plaid one time. It was early in my kilt wearing and I thought it was required at a tuxedo equivalent event.

    After sweeping 4 wine glasses off a table, and repeatedly smacking other dancers, I took it off and tossed it away.

    I will not wear another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ashton View Post
    I wore a Fly Plaid one time. It was early in my kilt wearing and I thought it was required at a tuxedo equivalent event.

    After sweeping 4 wine glasses off a table, and repeatedly smacking other dancers, I took it off and tossed it away.

    I will not wear another.
    I don't know how that happened but I don't think that should have happened. If you want one to swing less, do what I do, tuck it into the back of the kilt at the back and let it hang from there.

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    No thank you.
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