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    We're Launching a New Kilt Jacket!

    Hi All,

    We're very excited to announce that we are launching a new jacket called the Arran Navy Tweed! It will be available in our hire range from the 1st of June and will also be available to buy!



    What do you think?

    We'll let you know when it's on our website for you to find out more information! And we'll have more exciting news soon about a tartan we've designed!
    Last edited by Dominic MacGregor; 4th February 16 at 09:50 AM.

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    I think that jacket looks quite nice!

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    Interesting that the vest/waist coat has 6 buttons rather than the usual 5. My mistake - upon closer inspection what I perceived as a 6th button is the sporran clasp.
    I like the look of the jacket.
    Cheers....
    Last edited by Liam; 4th February 16 at 12:38 PM.
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    Well, you must have done your research, but why blue? What attire spectrum(day? evening? dress?etc?) is the jacket intended to cover? Do your clients ask for blue, or is is it going to be a matter of, "you can have any colour you like as long as its blue"? To my eye, black is altogether more elegant.
    Last edited by Jock Scot; 4th February 16 at 03:10 PM.
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    I like the blue. I like the style. This jacket and vest would fit with (and contrast nicely) any kilt I will ever own. I think there is a modern sense of elegance, without the somberness black brings to an event, where such a combo would be worn. Good job Dom.
    Looking forward to the tartan design.

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    I quite like the colour, it might well go with the Royal Air Force kilt I intend to get, but it won't be with that awful Ruche tie in the picture....
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    What will this retail for? I like the cut of this jacket!
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    I like it very much. I also like the way you have presented it. I assume that the tie is a silver color that matches perfectly with the sporran cantle and the white shirt matches the white fur of the sporran. I like that look.
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    Smart Day-wear

    I like this as an altrernative to a business suit. Black is always just too dressy (for my tastes) for day-wear.

    I like a charcoal or navy as an alternative. Would work with a variety of tartans as well.. A classic jacket in an updated colour. Far better than the bright green or bright blue we see in the Pakistani import jackets right now.
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    Very nice love the blue.

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