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    My New Kilt



    My new Evans tartan kilt from USA Kilts!

    Thanks Rocky. What an outstanding job!

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    Re: My New Kilt

    Handsome kilt and good-looking outfit. You wear it well. Congratulations!
    I changed my signature. The old one was too ridiculous.

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    Re: My New Kilt

    Congratulations! I love the Welsh tartans and Rocky did a great job with mine, too.

    Hope this doesn't sound creepy--we need to see some leg! Maybe it's merely the angle of the pic, but the hose could stand to come down or the kilt up a bit.

    Funny, I saw your pic on the WTC Facebook page right before coming to the forum. I predict the comments you'll receive here will be infinitely more informed and constructive!

    Well done! Wear it often and with confidence!

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    Re: My New Kilt

    By the way, what can you tell me about the belt? I've been looking for a good (but not too pricey) one or two prong kilt belt. Sometimes I'd just like to go without my shiny belt plate.

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    Re: My New Kilt

    LitTrog:

    This is a 1.5 inch belt, from USA Kilts! http://www.usakilts.com/store/cart.p...ct_detail&p=14

    The BEST part about it, it was only $8.00!

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    Re: My New Kilt

    Quote Originally Posted by LitTrog View Post
    Congratulations! I love the Welsh tartans and Rocky did a great job with mine, too.

    Hope this doesn't sound creepy--we need to see some leg! Maybe it's merely the angle of the pic, but the hose could stand to come down or the kilt up a bit.

    Funny, I saw your pic on the WTC Facebook page right before coming to the forum. I predict the comments you'll receive here will be infinitely more informed and constructive!

    Well done! Wear it often and with confidence!
    LitTrog:

    Not "creepy" at all! This was the first time wearing it. I had to adjust the buckles and belt, as it was "fitting" itself to me. In the picture, it's a combination of the angle of the picture, and shifting over so slightly.

    Thanks for your comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LitTrog View Post
    By the way, what can you tell me about the belt? I've been looking for a good (but not too pricey) one or two prong kilt belt. Sometimes I'd just like to go without my shiny belt plate.
    The belt came from USA Kilts.

    http://www.usakilts.com/store/cart.p...ct_detail&p=14

    The BEST part of it was that it was only $8.00!

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    Re: My New Kilt

    Congratulations! It looks good. Which model is it? Oh, and how about a pleat pic?

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    Re: My New Kilt

    Quote Originally Posted by LitTrog View Post
    Sometimes I'd just like to go without my shiny belt plate.
    How about a non-shiny belt plate? I didn't want shiny either and went with an antique finish. It's a bit more subdued.

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    About the belt:
    You can get a really good leather belt at Lowe's or Home Depot or whatever store of that type is close to you.

    About the Evans kilt:
    I like that tartan, but I, too, want to see the pleats.
    --dbh

    When given a choice, most people will choose.

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