Exclusive to MacGregor & MacDuff.
Our Lomond Mist kilts are made in Scotland from 7 yards of 100% worsted wool. The kilt is fully machine stitched with 2 sizing straps around the waist. The straps are longer than with a traditional/fully handmade kilt as this kilt does not allow for any alterations. There are 2 belts loops at the back of the kilt and 2 hanging loops.
The kilt is made from 8 yards of 100% worsted wool and is fully hand-stitched except for the pleating, which is machine stitched. There are 3 sizing straps, 2 around the waist and 1 around the hips for better shaping round the body which adds to the ‘swing’ of the pleats. There are 2 belts loops at the back of the kilt and 2 hanging loops.
The kilt is made from 8 yards of 100% worsted wool and is fully handmade, including the pleats. There are 3 sizing straps, 2 around the waist and 1 around the hips for better shaping round the body which adds to the ‘swing’ of the pleats. There are 2 belts loops at the back of the kilt and 2 hanging loops.
Our fully handmade kilts can be ‘re-made’ in the future which means the kilt can stay in your family for generations. ‘Re-making’ allows us to open the kilt back up into 8 yards of material and completely re-size it to fit another set of measurements. An extremely worthwhile investment.
If you are placing an order online, we will contact you to discuss the measurements and make sure your sizes are perfect. To measure yourself, here is our measurement guide.
If you have any questions about the kilt or can't find what you're looking for, please contact us.
Love my tartan. Very unique. No one else had anything like it at my dance. And I got loads of nice comments. Highly recommend this tartan.
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.