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    Panache's Great Kilt Blackmail Shots

    Here are the shots I took of Jamie being "fitted" for his great kilt by w2f on the NorCal camping trip last weekend.


    the most blackmail worthy of my pics


    spreading the fabric around the subject


    adjusting the "pleats"


    arraying the extra fabric




    the finished product


    the "pleat shot"

    enjoy all!

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    First off- gotta say- just love w@f's socks(stockings/hose). At least Panach looks warm.

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    Don't think that qualifies for a 'best dressed' award.

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    The great kilt has no one standard of wear. the way it is being displayed by Jamie is one that is quite popular among many who don the stitch free plaid. As one who wears a great kilt quite often, I enjoy the many ways of displaying my tartan in all kinds of weather and temperatures. Good on Jamie for trying it on for size!

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    Hmmmm....Just doesn't look like him, some folk look like they are born to wear a great kilt, some don't - I think I am just too used to seeing Jamie dressed elegantly.....


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    Well, The Question has certainly been answered about the great kilt.
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    not only skivvies, but shorts too...... tsk tsk tsk..... how so un Braveheart...LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    The great kilt has no one standard of wear. the way it is being displayed by Jamie is one that is quite popular among many who don the stitch free plaid. As one who wears a great kilt quite often, I enjoy the many ways of displaying my tartan in all kinds of weather and temperatures. Good on Jamie for trying it on for size!

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    What? NO pith helmet? Not even a historically correct flatcap?

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    Obviously you took the shots quickly. But I don't see any reason to consider them as usable for blackmail.
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