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    Im going with the Lomond Blue Tweed - Thanks feloow Scotsmen!

    Thanks, Gents -

    Going with the Lomond Blue Tweed Jacket, Fox fur sporran and Gordon Modern kilt - tried to post a pic - not sure if it made it
    Last edited by vfma78; 21st November 19 at 11:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FossilHunter View Post
    Iím sure youíll jump right on this deal Jock!

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    From: milroystuxedos.com
    Well, that is one way of hiding the soup and gravy stains I suppose.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfma78 View Post
    Thanks, Gents -

    Going with the Lomond Blue Tweed Jacket, Fox fur sporran and Gordon Modern kilt - tried to post a pic - not sure if it made it
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    Here you go.

    Shane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post
    Well, that is one way of hiding the soup and gravy stains I suppose.
    And the roast wonít even see you sneaking up on it. ;)
    Descendant of the Gillises and MacDonalds of North Morar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FossilHunter View Post
    And the roast wonít even see you sneaking up on it. ;)
    Now thatís funny!

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    Interesting request. I'm going to assume that the word they were looking for is "semi-formal" and not "casual". Anyway, I think your choice will be fine for that.

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    What do you mean; "what she's wearing?" Is there someone else in the picture. She's the only one I can see.
    Last edited by kiltedsawyer; 22nd November 19 at 05:47 AM.
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    Informal is NOT Casual.

    A lot of folks make that mistake.

    The ranks of dress (traditionally) are

    Formal White Tie
    Formal Black Tie
    Semi-Formal (Matching, dark, 3 or two piece suit in a conservative pattern)
    Informal (Wool slacks, coat and tie, actual matching suit not necessary)
    Casual (Dress shirt, cotton slacks (or jeans if you live in the American West but no place else)
    Afternoon Casual (Swap dress shirt with polo or like)


    For "Informal" the standard is in those poor societies enslaved and tightly bound by bifurcation, would mean nice slacks, dress shirt, coat and tie. Translating that to the freedom that is highland dress would be, Braemar or Crail, Day Sporran, and for the event probably some showey hose that have a bit more "shooting sock" appeal. If I were going to such an event I'd likely take my shot snake as a little extra decoration. Likely what they actually meant was Highland hunting attire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiltedsawyer View Post
    What do you mean; "what she's wearing?" Is there someone else in the picture. She's the only one I can see.
    Just being cheeky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfma78 View Post
    Thanks, Gents -

    Going with the Lomond Blue Tweed Jacket, Fox fur sporran and Gordon Modern kilt - tried to post a pic - not sure if it made it
    Not expecting you to go out and drop a bunch of coin on a new outfit, but this would be the perfect occasion for a "Hunting" sett tartan and a green or brown set of tweeds, perhaps even a Highland hacking jacket with flapped upper pockets and a button over collar.

    What say the rabble?

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