I fell in love with this outfit when I first saw it online. Hunting MacGregor tartan with the burgundy tie. I have worn it twice so far and both times I have been the centre of attention (it helps being in New York). Thank you again MacGregor and MacDuff. A very happy customer.
For years I have worn the traditional prince charlie outfit and I did me well for most events, weddings, dinners and the like, but I wanted something different and this Argyll jacket caught my eye and I am glad it did. I can still wear this to weddings but its slightly more casual, which is what I notice people are wearing these days. So delighted all round.
Thanks again for the quick turnaround. Very happy with purchase.
Waist Take a firm (not tight) measurement at the navel. This is normally 2 inches higher than your hip bone.
Chest Size Take a loose measurement under the arms and over the shoulder blades.
Height The most important measurement! Ensure this is correct.
Kilt Length Measure from the top of the hip bone to the middle of the knee cap. You will need someone to help you take this measurement.
Sett Pattern - This is the most common way to have your kilt made. This is where the tartan on the front mirrors the tartan on the back.
Line Pattern - This is more of a military style where if there is a prominent line in the tartan this is seen down every pleat on the back of the kilt.
Flashes Flashes are worn around the outside of the leg and should be worn so the garter of the flashes is hidden under fold of the sock. Garters are included with all flashes.
Sporran The sporrans are made from natural materials. Colours may vary.
Made in Scotland The jacket and vest are made in Scotland from start to finish. The cloth is woven in Scotland and the garments are also manufactured in Scotland.
Chest Take a loose measurement under the arms and over the shoulder blades