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View Poll Results: Your 2019 Burns supper outfit?

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  • Black Prince Charlie outfit

    17 25.00%
  • Black Argyll outfit

    11 16.18%
  • non-black PC or Argyll

    3 4.41%
  • Montrose Sheriffmuir etc

    7 10.29%
  • Tartan jacket kilt outfit

    0 0%
  • other kilted Evening outfit

    3 4.41%
  • Tweed jacket kilt outfit

    17 25.00%
  • Casual kilt outfit

    7 10.29%
  • Tartan trouser outfit

    1 1.47%
  • Saxon dress

    2 2.94%
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  1. #21
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    Burns supper outfit

    Hi all,
    My choice was 7 in poll .
    Black watch kilt, grey Charcoal jacket, and lovatt Green hose I must say had a brilliant night on the 25th and had some great compliments on my dress and the address to the haggis, had a few drams bought me bit worse for wear in morning haha.
    Regards
    Dirk95.

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    I myself am worse for wear! Piped last night (solid piping for 2 hours) at a small Burns gathering, and heading off to work now on little sleep.

    I had to do without a jacket due to it being 87f/30c yesterday, but spruced up my waistcoat outfit with a vintage Brooks Brothers bow tie.

    Only two other men in kilts- one in a casual tartan kilt and sporting a magnificent Edwardian goat-hair sporran, the other in a Utilikilt. All the men dressed as nice as the hot weather allowed.
    Last edited by OC Richard; 27th January 19 at 08:15 AM.
    Proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; son of the Revolution and Civil War; first Europeans on the Guyandotte

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    Burns supper outfit

    Hi Richard,
    You are a proper trooper piping for that long bet you got to enjoyed it just the same. Mine was self induced with a little help of a few wee drams I enjoyed doing the address little bit tough but got through it.
    Regards
    Dirk95

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    Black PC, Scottish Wildcat kilt and purple hose with gold/mustard flashes. Hard to tell the hose are purple in this picture.
    "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.' Benjamin Franklin

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    Clans: Armstrong and Guthrie on Father's side.
    Other heritage: Mostly German and some Polish on Mother's side.
    Kilts: One badly-sewn Armstrong modern budget kilt.

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    Lake Lodge #189 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA Robert Burns Table Lodge Photos

    Here are the photos from our annual Robert Burns Table Lodge.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ochmorspq...LC6EqoHao8_cJw
    Clans: Armstrong and Guthrie on Father's side.
    Other heritage: Mostly German and some Polish on Mother's side.
    Kilts: One badly-sewn Armstrong modern budget kilt.

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    I went to a Burns tea on Sunday, they had trivia which I won, it was a fun afternoon & a great way to wind down Burns season. I decided to wear a tweed argyll jacket & 22oz Military kilt in Hunting Stewart, it worked wonderfully in the -14 degree celcius weather.


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    My first Burns Supper was fun, definitely plan to continue attending in the future. I received several compliments on my attire and a few people were surprised to find out that I wasn't actually part of the Jaffa Highlanders (who put on the supper).

    Here's me and my buddy Wayne before the event. He is a member of the Jaffa Highlanders and was the one who delivered the Address to the Haggis this year.
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    And here's a shot of my wife and me at the after-party. (We forgot to get one at the venue)
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    Verbing weirds language.

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    Delayed Burns Dinner

    Our Burns dinner here is this coming Saturday we had to change the date because of a change in venue. Our Burns dinner is becoming so popular last year we turned away several people so this year we changed venues but could not get the 26th so we opted for the 2nd of February. Despite the increase of # of tickets we are still sold out. Anyways since our Robbie Burns nights tend to be a pretty casual affair ( and I don't have anything better) I will be wearing my pv freedom tartan, black dress shoes, cream hose with a thistle pattern, cream dress shirt with a green sweater. (I don't do ties)

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    We had a mixed military/civilian Supper over in Belgium. We'll worth the 9 hour drive. As I was travelling, went civ attire in PC rather than Mess Jacket this year.(numerous attempts upload pic failed regrettably!)
    Last edited by Blaidd; 28th January 19 at 05:13 PM.
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