Our premier formal heavy weight kilt outfit is available in a wide range of over 600 tartans which include many of the less common ancient, weathered, and muted designs. We only supply the highest quality Scottish made accessories with this Premier Prince Charlie kilt outfit.
Our heavy weight premier kilt is handmade here in Aberdeenshire by our own kiltmakers. View full details of our premier heavy weight kilt here.
Our complete highland dress package includes the following high quality Scottish made items:
A traditional hand made heavy premier weight kilt, pleated to sett, or stripe if requested.
Scottish made Prince Charlie 15oz barathea formal jacket with matching waistcoat (vest).
White dress shirt (winged collar)
Black satin bow tie.
Premier quality black bovine fronted leather dress sporran, hand-cast polished pewter Celtic knotwork cantle, matching pewter Celtic bells, black bovine tassles. Heavy duty chain strap.
Sgian dubh, craftsman-made ebony inset with Celtic knots and a quality leather sheath.
Celtic sword silver kilt pin, made in the Western Isles, hallmarked at Edinburgh assay office.
Ghillie brogue shoes, all leather.
Kilt hose, wool rich.
Tartan kilt flashes to match your kilt.
Our premier Prince Charlie kilt package represents tremendous value for money, saving you 20% on purchasing each item individually.
We are happy to advise you on the wearing of Highland dress if this is your first kilt outfit.
This kilt package can be tailored to your specific requirements, please contact us if you would like to amend any item within the package.
The Prince Charlie jacket is worn on formal occasions such as weddings and comes complete with a matching waistcoat (vest). The jacket is short and shaped high at the sides with three silver coloured buttons on both sides of the front panels. The back of the Jacket has short tails each having four silver coloured buttons aligned in a horse shoe shape. The jacket is normally left open in order to display the silver buttons on the waistcoat.
Sporrans in the highlands were traditionally made from leather or doeskin alone but since the 18th century sporrans made from sealskin and all manner of furs have become increasingly popular. We prefer to use plain black bovine fronted leather dress sporrans for our Highland dress outfifts.
Sgian Dubh is the Gaelic for black dagger. This was a concealed weapon of last resort and was only exhibited out of courtesy to a host, when it was placed on full view in the hose (sock).
Ghillie brogues have evolved from the of the old raw leather brogue of the Highlands. The holes in the brogues allowed the shoe to drain and dry quickly after trudging through the burns and peat bogs of Scotland. The long laces were wrapped and tied around the ankle which prevented the shoe getting stuck in marshy terrain.
• On ordering your outfit we email you our home measurement form.
• Surcharges: Seat sizes of 44 inches plus will cost an additional £32.50 for extra material.
• Kilt outfits are custom made to order.
• Current lead time: 5 weeks in addition to shipping times.