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If you are looking for a smart and sensible outfit, but want to spend less, then this is your one stop shop!
This outfit will suit those who desire a modern look and feel.
This outfit is based on the style of the 16th & 17th century Jacobean period and captures the essence of striking ruggedness. This look epitomises the distinctive Scottish landscape and the spirit of the Scottish people.
Look no further for that extra special look and feel. These outfits will awaken your desire to belong to everything Scottish. These outfits will propel you to new heights and in an instant make you ooze with confidence.
Fly the flag for Scotland in this new and exciting outfit! The Saltire, or St Andrew's Cross is Scotland's national flag and is thought to be the oldest in Europe and the Commonwealth. It originated in a battle believed to have been fought in 832AD at Athelstaneford, East Lothian. This unique and extremely Scottish outfit is complimented by a Saltire buckle, sporran and chain belt.
We have an assortment of Boy’s outfit. These outfits will raise your standard and much more, keeping you in tune with the Scottish Heritage and raise your flare for fashion in a Scottish style.
Ladies show off your Scottish heritage, look both stunning and elegant!
Limited edition prepared specially for the Rugby Six Nations 2013 matches of the Scottish National Team
Browse through our extensive packages, there is something for everybody!
The Argyll outfit is a versatile and a less formal outfit than the Prince Charlie Outfit. Worn with a standard white shirt and classic tie, it is suitable for any type of function. Traditionally the Argyll is the ideal attire for ushers or guests at a wedding and is also suitable for functions such as Burns Suppers or ceilidhs.
The Prince Charlie outfit is a traditional and timeless classic, which has remained unchanged over the years. Together with a wing collar shirt, bow tie and full-dress sporran, it is considered to be the correct dress for a wedding or formal function.
The name Tweed originated from the Scottish word "Tweel" and came about by chance. It is a fabric entwined in the Scottish tradition. This outfit is an alternative to the full Highland Dress package. This attire was mostly used as daywear, but for the new generation it has a ready-to-wear, any time, any place look and is acceptable for all occasions.