Kilt-based fashions, both traditional and contemporary. Come on guys, bring on the pleats!
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I received an email from Union Kilts yesterday, advising of their upcoming sale. For folks in the UK this is an opportunity to buy without horrifying freight and import costs that are often incurred when buying across the pond.
Union Kilts wrote:
We are Only 6 weeks away from Christmas and we are putting on the biggest Sale for Delivery in Time for Christmas ever..
This is from stock holding only:
Claymore Leather Kilts was £125 NOW only £85.00
Gladiator Leather Kilts was £110.00 NOW £70.00
Indi Pride flag Kilts was £49.99 now £25.00
Indi Black / Red chain kilt was £49.99 NOW £25.00
Indi Dark Blue was £49.99 NOW £39.99
Indi Black Denim Kilts was £49.99 NOW £39.99
Indi Light Blue Denim Kilts was £49.99 NOW £23.99
indi Dessert Camo Kilts was £49.99 now £34.99
Indi Green Camo Kilts was £49.99 now £25.00
As you can see the savings are big and i am giving all here the first chance to buy before i Make it all known to the general public.
Happy Shopping any questions please drop me an email: email@example.com
is where you need to be going to save and buy a bargain for your Christmas wear.
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There are some very tempting offers there, but I'm not exactly short of kilts and skirts at present, and Skirtcraft unisex skirt that I (and others here) have ordered should be arriving shortly, so I might have to give this a miss
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Very Prompt reply to my email by Richard Gunning @ Union Kilts
My inquiry about custom lengths and pocket less features was replied with the sales promo
applied only to what appears to be orthodox kilt stock on hand or ready to make kilts with
no alteration to the original design - waist being the only variable factor.
A good deal and savings but the original design does not suit (kilt) me !
Was looking at the Claymore and Gladiator kilt design without pockets.
"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !