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I've heard it said that you should only use Gold Bond Medicated to prevent chafing but that after chafing it can be further irritating.

Just about everything you need to know about kilted life and the best kilt related links page on the net.

The webs largest community of kilt wearers, promoting the kilt as a man’s garment, not a costume.

J. Higgins is a large importer of highland dress in Kansas.

Affordable sport and “starter” kilts and accessories.

Affordable traditionally styled kilts in acrylic and wool from Minnesota.

“My kilt maker” USA offers custom tailored kilts in PV and wool at very reasonable prices.  Made in Phoenixville, PA.

This Glasgow Scotland based company has some of the best pricing on the “real deal” Scottish made highland dress and accessories.

I mentioned him in the first post but here's the blog of
Matthew Newsome Member of the International Guild of Tartan Scholars, curator of the Scottish Tartans Museum He has interesting tidbits on kilts and kilt wearing http://kiltmaker.blogspot.com/ as well as a website with relevant articles

Also http://www.reconstructinghistory.com has some very good info on Scottish as well as Irish period attire.

Tipsy Gypsy:
Something milord learned from pipers at Scottish festivals- if you're going to be anywhere that sunlight might reflect off of hard ground surfaces- astroturf, cinder track, hard bare ground, concrete- put sunscreen where the sun don't shine... 'cause, it do!  :o

Tipsy Gypsy:
Also, "So You're Going to Wear the Kilt" by J. Charles Thompson is a great resource on kilt protocol, and covers subjects from white tie formal affairs to casual wear, day and evening wear, and exceptions to all that. He's very helpful, and a great read.


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