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The '''kilt''' is part of the traditional clothing of [[Scotland]]. It consists of heavy fabric wrapped around the waist of the wearer down to knee length and ordinarily bears a [[tartan]] pattern of the wearer's [[clan]].  
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[[Image:Soldiers wearing Kilts.jpg|right|thumb|Kilted Scottish Soldiers paying respect to their fallen comrades]]The '''kilt''' is part of the traditional clothing of [[Scotland]]. It consists of heavy fabric wrapped around the waist of the wearer down to knee length and ordinarily bears a [[tartan]] pattern of the wearer's [[clan]].  
  
In modern times the kilt is often worn with [[underwear]], but traditionally it was not.
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The kilt is traditionally worn without [[underwear]].
  
 
[[Green]] kilts are worn in [[Ireland]]; and male apparel in other parts of the world has also bees described as kilts.
 
[[Green]] kilts are worn in [[Ireland]]; and male apparel in other parts of the world has also bees described as kilts.
 
[[Category:Scottish Clothing and Accessories]]
 
[[Category:Scottish Clothing and Accessories]]
 
[[Category:Clothing]]
 
[[Category:Clothing]]

Revision as of 08:15, 10 May 2007

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File:Soldiers wearing Kilts.jpg
Kilted Scottish Soldiers paying respect to their fallen comrades
The kilt is part of the traditional clothing of Scotland. It consists of heavy fabric wrapped around the waist of the wearer down to knee length and ordinarily bears a tartan pattern of the wearer's clan.

The kilt is traditionally worn without underwear.

Green kilts are worn in Ireland; and male apparel in other parts of the world has also bees described as kilts.