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    Yes! @RockyR , well done! As always. Being warned, I had my sunglasses on when I opened the
    thread, so, thanks for the warning. Anyone who thinks it might be too much has not seen the MacGregor with his wife,
    both in tartan; he in three-piece suit as yours, she in long skirt and jacket. They look great. I might not choose it for my
    closet, but they look great. As do you.

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    I very much like it. Well done.

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    Apologies for coming at this late

    I must give my apologies for coming at this so late but I do think it well worth the wait. Rocky and USA Kilts was my second choice for my kilt suit, the only reason I went with the local tartan shop I used was that they were local to me and I could talk directly with the tailor. There will be those who say "That's too much" or some other disparaging comment, believe me I've heard those comments almost from the first day with the Scottish Wildcat kilt suit. however, there is no other outfit in my wardrobe that brings me such joy or sets me apart from the crowd. I suppose the only thing left would be Argyll or diced hose. I too would like to see the entire outfit with your choice of hose etc, but think it is absolutely smashing. Well done USA Kilts and your family for the wonderful gift. Enjoy the rarefied air you are now breathing.

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    I am glad I could help a wee bit in the project. It was my pleasure.

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    I think the only apt comment on first viewing is wooop dee doo!!

    After a second look - that is a bit special.

    Anne the Pleater
    I presume to dictate to no man what he shall eat or drink or wherewithal he shall be clothed."
    -- The Hon. Stuart Ruaidri Erskine, The Kilt & How to Wear It, 1901.

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    Outstanding!

    The tailors did, indeed do a fine job!

    Very sharp.
    Tulach Ard

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    Loud? A tartan suit in "Hello Kitty" THAT would be loud!

    https://www.tartanregister.gov.uk/ta...tails?ref=1681

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    A bit bright for my taste, but still a great looking outfit. Can't go wrong with anything from USA Kilts.

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    Whatever one may consider "done" or traditional, the one thing that most highland wear has is that it looks smart in all sorts of different combinations and this is no exception, well done Rocky.

    I see lots of photos of people wearing formal accessories, especially belts and sporrans, with kilts worn casually and undoubtably the result can look smart, just a touch impractical on a daily basis. Although in a lot of instances they are only dressed for the photo, I have also come across real life examples, on special occasions, among Scots living locally to me.
    If you are going to do it, do it in a kilt!

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    Looks GREAT, I cant wait to see it.

    Maybe Salado will be cool enough to wear it
    Steve
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    Had a opportunity to wear my kilt suit today at the very chilly San Antonio games. After a long day upon returning to the hotel...

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