Tweed Kilt Jackets

January 13, 2012
Modern tweed kilt jackets:

jacket_pc_lg.jpgThere are three fundamental forms of kilt coats: formal, semi-formal, and casual. Below you'll find types of each different style of kilt jacket. These are all produced in Scotland as well as superb high quality.

The Prince Charlie Formal Jacket

The Prince Charlie is definitely typically the most popular of the formal highland jackets. It offers on a clean modern-day look that offers it an instant attraction.

Our Prince Charlie Coatee is made of black colored 100% brand-new wool fabric by Locharron of Scotland. It's all the old-fashioned functions: satin lapel facings, braided epaulttes, slash cuffs and a tail panel. It's totally installed with silver-coloured Celtic buttons. The waistcoat consists of exactly the same material and has a variable back and matching buttons.It includes a military-style waistcoat that is also fitted with buttons to complement the coat.

The Prince Charlie Coatee are used because of the tartan pants as well as the kilt.

It is available in stock sizes from 36 to 54 simply speaking, regular and long fittings.

We also provide you with the formal dress t-shirts and black bow connections. You will discover these on our top and necktie pages.


Price: NZD $695 (dimensions 36 to 46)

For sizes 48-50 add $30, dimensions 52 add $45, 54-56 incorporate $60

The Argyll Semi-Formal Jacket

jacket_arg_lg.jpgThe Ebony Argyll semi-formal jacket with silver-coloured Celtic structure buttons became a tremendously preferred style of kilt coat.

The interest in the Argyll jacket is born both to its visual appearance also to its flexibility. Some people would rather utilize it for many events and just dress it up or down by changing accessories.

When worn with a silver-grey tie and fur sporran, the Argyll jacket the absolutely correct Scottish attire for formal daytime features.

At formal evening affairs they have been more and more can be found used with a formal dress clothing and black colored bowtie.

This style of coat happens to be extensively popularised by pipeline groups and it is today often seen worn as day gown with a turndown-collar top and a typical necktie

This coat comes standard without a waist coating, but a matching five-button waistcoat normally available.

Our Black Argyll coat is made of black colored barathea and full mounted with silver-colour celtic-pattern buttons. It's two inside pockets and two outdoors flap pouches. Moreover it has got the classic three-button gauntlet cuffs being conventional on highland jackets.


Cost: NZD $595 (sizes 36-46)

For dimensions 48-50 add $25, size 52 add $40, 54-56 add $55

Optional Waistcoat: Add NZD $245

Tweed Day Jacket

The tweed kilt jacket has been around constant use since the belated 1800s. It is still the typical casual day use for outdoor tasks.

Our jackets are produced in Scotland from Ettrick tweeds which have been especially woven by Locharron to fit the tints found in tartans. it's already been carried out by making use of lovat colours which incorporate flecks of a variety of tartan tints to the base colour. There are four tints: Lovat Blue, Lovet Green, Lovat Grey and Charcoal Grey. Examples of the colours is visible right here.

The jackets are tailored into the classic Argyll pattern with all the traditional guantlett cuffs, flap pockets and epauletts.

They arrive standard without waistcoats, but these can be ordered independently.

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