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r.m.anderson wrote:You can wear a wrap around tablecloth for all I care just as long as it isn't the Henry Ford tartan "ALL BLACK" !
And as usual Ya don't have to be Scottish to wear a skirt kilt tartan pattern - you can also be Irish further more you don't have to have 100% authentic heritage - wear a tartan on the National Tartan Holiday !
r.m.anderson wrote:...Ya don't have to be Scottish to wear a skirt kilt tartan pattern - you can also be Irish further more
you don't have to have 100% authentic heritage - wear a tartan on the National Tartan Holiday !
Kirbstone wrote:Our 'Monarchs' were Kings of, or High Kings, all vanquished at the hands of the Normans who became the British. Tartan was invented hundreds of years later, so for instance, the Military here for ceremonial duties frequently wear just plain kilts in orange or green.
There is of course a plethora of 'Irish' tartans, all relatively recent concoctions.
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