Allison Ruby
by on October 7, 2019
Celtic Clothing was formed in June 1998 in response to a request from the Bernera School of Highland Dancing to supply their pupils with outfits, primarily for the purpose of competition. Kathleen is a time-served tailor with over 40 years experience. Her kilt-making is of the highest standard and her customers have included Scottish landed gentry and the aristocracy. Kathleen is one of the few remaining kilt-makers capable of making the military style "box pleated" kilts that are popular with pipe bands. Kathleen learnt her trade at Campbell & Co who started business in 1858. They sell quality woollens and high class garments made in sporting tweeds and also highland dress. Campbell & Co have the Royal warrant as suppliers of tweed to the late Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. The chance to own an heirloom piece of traditional Scottish heritage created just for you in your choice of tartan. When you come into the store for one of these individual kilts you will be able to chose from hundreds of tartans, in modern, ancient and rare colours woven in Scotland from 100% wool. Each kilt is then hand-cut, stitched and finished to create a bespoke piece which you can treasure for years to come.
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