How to build your Kilt Outfit
Formal Kilt Outfit
This is the most traditional formal kilt outfit but fashions have changed. Other Jackets can be worn as part of a Formal Outfit. Often people prefer to wear a tweed rather than the black jacket and coloured hose.
Correct etiquette is you don’t wear a belt and buckle with a waistcoat and it pushes the waistcoat up.
A Rouche can only really be worn if you have a 5 button waistcoat.
The Agyll style jacket – it was always said you wear a bow-tie to dress it up or a long gent’s tie to dress it down. An Argyll has a gauntlet cuff. The Argyll jacket is worn open and can be worn with or without a waistcoat. When wearing the Argyll without a waistcoat a belt and buckle can be worn.
An Argyll worn as a semi-formal outfit:
Casual Kilt Outfit
Ideal for a Highland Gathering or the Rugby. Can be worn with a belt and a buckle. Can wear your socks rolled down with no gain dubh. For shoes don’t need to wear brogues. Popular are polo shirts, t-shirts and short sleeved shirts.