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    New kilt

    This is my new kilt
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    Here's your image:

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    Is it a shadow tartan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty1059 View Post
    Is it a shadow tartan?
    Looks like “Pride of Scotland”.
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    But more subtle colours, unless it's the lighting.
    Proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; son of the Revolution and Civil War; first Europeans on the Guyandotte

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    Here's the image with the lighting adjusted slightly...




    It may just be the camera angle, but I can't see any knee. If not, maybe hike up the kilt a bit or adjust your hose-top foldover.

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    Belt with a waistcoat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunMaxwell View Post
    Here's the image with the lighting adjusted slightly...




    It may just be the camera angle, but I can't see any knee. If not, maybe hike up the kilt a bit or adjust your hose-top foldover.

    Welcome to the forum!

    Cheers,

    SM
    Yeah I hadn't long got dressed at that point posing for the wife I adjusted before we left the hotel
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    Belt with waistecoat

    The reason for the belt is mostly to stop the kilt from falling down as I don't wear any underwear when wearing the kilt plus it has a Masonic symbol on the buckle, I'm interested to know your thoughts on whether to wear a waistcoat or not if wearing a belt
    Lord Kelvin Bagley

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    If you're wearing the waistcoat, forego the belt. If it's important to you that the buckle be seen, forego the waistcoat.

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