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Thread: New tara casual

  1. #1
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    10th October 11
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    New tara casual

    Thanks for the great casual. I'm definitely going to have to get a Tara in a semi-trad now. Just in time for St. Paddy's day. Velcro in kilts is a great idea. I was a little hesitant about it at first, but after two+ pints of Guinness and a full meal, I came to love it. Two USAK's and not disappointed at all. I need to get around to posting pics of my sterling tartan semi-trad.

    Clan Buchanan
    Reynolds of Lochaber
    MacLean of Duart

  2. #2
    Join Date
    26th December 11
    Location
    louisiana
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    you are a lucky man.

    oh, and nice kilt. i stumbled across a used usak casual on ebay and love it. i had also wondered about the velcro and agree that it works very well.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    16th August 11
    Location
    Boston, MA, USA
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    I like that tartan! Wear it in good health!
    "Guests, like fish, begin to smell after three days." Benjamin Franklin

  4. #4
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    14th October 10
    Location
    Los Alamos, NM, USA
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    Really like that tartan! Good looks all around - kilt, sporran, T, hose, boots, etc., etc. - especially the etc. - well, you know what I mean.
    I changed my signature. The old one was too ridiculous.

  5. #5
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    30th December 11
    Location
    Idstein, Germany
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    nice picture. At first I had problems to find the kilt. Something distracted me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Pleater View Post
    Weeelll - once I was walking along the row of shops near us and passed a young couple, she was wearing a narrow strip of denim for a skirt and a couple of handkerchieves worth of fabric for a blouse and it was losing the fight to stay closed - I was almost out of earshot when he enquired 'why doesn't your skirt move like that?' Anne the Pleater

  6. #6
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    21st December 05
    Location
    Hawick, Scotland
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    Looking good (and the lady too)

  7. #7
    Join Date
    10th October 11
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    223
    When I got the kilt I was surprised to find saffron stripes in the tartan. Most of the pics I could find of it make it look more yellow or gold. No pics I've found do this tartan justice. It's a great tartan for anyone of MacLean and Irish blood.
    Clan Buchanan
    Reynolds of Lochaber
    MacLean of Duart

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