Kilts and St. Patrick's Day
While kilts are traditionally associated with Scottish culture, they can also be worn on St. Patrick's Day as a way to celebrate Irish heritage and culture. If you are planning to wear a kilt for St. Patrick's Day, here are some tips to keep in mind:
Choose a tartan: We have several Irish tartans to choose from, including St. Patrick, Tara, Irish Heritage, and more. Or you may want to choose a tartan that features green or other colors associated with Ireland, such as white or orange. Alternatively, you can choose a tartan based on personal preference or family heritage.
Wear appropriate clothing: If you are wearing a kilt for St. Patrick's Day, you may want to pair it with other items that reflect Irish culture and tradition, such as a green sweater, a white shirt, or an Irish-themed tie. A tweed jacket or blazer can also be worn for a more formal look.
Consider the weather: St. Patrick's Day can be chilly in some parts of the world, so be sure to dress appropriately for the weather. You can wear a kilt with knee-high socks or kilt hose to keep your legs warm, and add a scarf, tartan sash, or hat for extra warmth.
Accessories: To complete your St. Patrick's Day outfit, you can add accessories such as a sporran, a belt, or a brooch. You can also wear a green or orange tie or scarf, or add an Irish themed kilt pin for a festive touch.
Remember, wearing a kilt on St. Patrick's Day is a way to celebrate Irish culture and heritage, so wear it with respect and pride. Enjoy the festivities and have fun!