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Welcome on the Dress2Kilt site!

Have you ever been thinking of wearing a kilt? But have given up, because you were not Scottish? Or you thought it to be too complicated or could think of no place to use it? Or that it might just be too expensive?

You might have to think again. As a matter of fact, these years an increasing number of men all over the world, no matter their nationality, colour, heritage, belief, sexual preferences or whatever will buy and wear a kilt; and not just at events that too seldom occur, but as smart casual daily wear.

So might YOU too. No need to be Scottish, just man enough.  



The more men we are, who will wear a kilt - or in a strictly manly way other kinds of skirted garments - and the more often we'll do it, the better and sooner we shall be accepted to the full.

This homepage is made by a non-Scot; with the clear cut objective to make men consider the kilt a garment to wear whenever they feel like it, thereby being simply a valid alternative to pants or trousers in general.  

Further, to convince everyone interested that kilts and wearing them does not have to be neither “dangerous” nor difficult, nor expensive. Main focus is of course the traditional tartan kilt but suggesting that you might need a kilt for almost every function or purpose you can think of, also non-traditional kilts, whether by design classic but solid coloured or patterned, or in another design, like utility kilts, shall be dealt with, as shall the man skirt which so far has not been very successful in the marketplace, nevertheless exists and does make sense, and things might be about to change. The more men we are, wearing a kilt - or in a strictly manly way, other kinds of skirted garments - and the more often we’ll do it, the better and sooner we shall be accepted to the full..    

Target audience of this site is men to whom a manly appearance at all times has top priority. Men who for some reason, being whatever it is, do have another agenda are welcome to stay but it is rather unlikely that they should find anything here interesting.       

This site is kilt wearing made simple. To many men the traditional tartan kilt is all they want to replace pants. Four easy steps and you can be out in a kilt.
For those wanting something different, but yet manly, there are pages for non-traditional kilts as well as man skirts and manly skirts.  

Further this homepage comprises what might be the most comprehensive Kilt links page on the Internet and no less than 39 Gallery pages with around 700 photos, showing traditional kilts, as well as utility kilts.

The Dress2Kilt site is in English and German - even if neither language is mother tongue of the webmaster but hopefully, this is not too disturbing.   

 


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Is a kilt a skirt? Do I have to be Scottish to wear a kilt? Who will wear a kilt? Is it true? Where and when to wear it? What shall other people say? These and many more questions are anwered.

Must it be wool or shall a PV-kilt do? What tartan? How to get the size right? What should I know prior to order a kilt? What kilt and where to buy it?

Which accessories do I really need for casual wear? And for dressing up? And what can I do without?

What to do with the stuff? What else to wear with the kilt? What if I do something wrong? Things to mind?

Wanting a kilt less traditional? A solid coloured kilt? Or a camouflage kilt? Or a Utility kilt?

Men and skirts. Male skirts and where to buy them? Manly looking skirts - designed for women. Is it possible without too much challenging your manly appearance?
How to promote the kilt at times where you are not wearing it? Hundreds of links

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