Men & Womens Kilts at LIdl from £16.99 - In-store 10th July - HotUKDeals
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From the 10th of July Lidl are offering patriotic Scots the chance to wear a kilt for less than £20.

With the Glasgow Commonwealth Games just around the corner, Lidl have launched a range of Highland wear for men and women.

Female
Royal Stewart kilt, £16.99

Male
Granite grey kilt, £19.99
Sporran, £9.99
Ghillie shirt, £12.99
Socks, £3.99

Bagpipes £12.99
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#1
Pure brilliant...heat added by the way!
#2
I'm looking for a kids deal any ideas?
#3
r19sky
I'm looking for a kids deal any ideas?

You could try here but not much of a deal. Also for younger kids only.

http://www.trewscots.com/BabyWear.aspx
#4
That's a shame as that would have been perfect he's 4 - were doing an American cruise and wanted him to have one for formal night. As it's for one night I don't want to spend a lot. Good to know though so thanks
1 Like #5
I bought tartan nail wraps for September 18th (Poundworld's 3 for £1 offer, no expense spared). Maybe I should go the whole hog and wear a kilt as well....
#6
Anyone interested in buying my pants ? No longer needed once I have one of these.
#7
Good job they're not selling sombreros as the Mexicans wouldn't see the humour and would complain.

(If you are reading this six months from now the relevancy is the world cup Holland v Mexico KLM comment) :)
2 Likes #8
Celebrate Scottish independence in style!
2 Likes #9
I am just interested to know at the difference between a men's kilt and a women's kilt is?
#10
pebrey
I am just interested to know at the difference between a men's kilt and a women's kilt is?
I was just about to post that very same question
2 Likes #11
I am just interested to know at the difference between a men's kilt and a women's kilt is?

Well, a man's kilt has a pair of short fat hairy legs poking out, and a woman's kilt...

Oh.
#12
At a guess I would go with the woman's kilt basically being smaller. like most other female clothing.
#13
Hoots - there can be 2m + of fabric in a proper kilt - wonder what the Lidl ones are made of, bri-nylon, plastic? :-) Women love the real ones - but think they are more likely to have a heart attack with all the generated static.

And a set of bagpipes can be a thing of beauty - these looks kinda ideal for football and the 'see-you -jimmy' bunnets. May help if she had the drones the correct way up :-)

As long as we can laugh we'll be ok!
2 Likes #14
Okay this is a very good price for what it is, but it isn't actually a 'kilt' in the historically factual sense, as we know that the kilt as worn by the highlander was mostly a full body garment.

This 'skirt' version (not just this LIDL 'kilt' but every short version) was actually derived from an Englishman's (name escapes me) design.

I'm sorry if this information offends anyone, but a branch of my family were/are highland peeps and this stuff meant/means something to them.

History lesson over; nice find Op. <3
#15
Yeaaaaaaaaa we can cheer on Andy Murray!!! Orrible sweaty sock
#16
Great! Been waiting for a deal like this for ages... :p

Heat.
#17
pebrey
I am just interested to know at the difference between a men's kilt and a women's kilt is?

There isn's really a difference other than women generally have a bigger difference between waist and hip so the shape would differe slightly. However, looks like Lidl are making "mini" kilts (ugh) for women there.
1 Like #18
is this deal only happening in Scotland?
#19
mmmmmm, there‘s something about a man in a kilt :p
#20
marvel1975
Yeaaaaaaaaa we can cheer on Andy Murray!!! Orrible sweaty sock
Not in Wimbledon you can't...... :D
#21
lidl and also never cease to amaze me with their offerings. one of them was doing a night vision camera with a motion sensor (for wildlife) the other week.
2 Likes #22
Soon to be seen at a Lidl near you:

http://s17.postimg.org/t1z8alp9r/nutz2.jpg
#23
haggisheid
is this deal only happening in Scotland?

Yes, searching on their website for July 10th deals you have to put a postcode in and it only shows these deals with Scottish postcodes.
#24
AlanClarke
haggisheid
is this deal only happening in Scotland?

Yes, searching on their website for July 10th deals you have to put a postcode in and it only shows these deals with Scottish postcodes.
Oh well, looks like I am back to wearing my shorts then!
1 Like #25
tryn2help
Okay this is a very good price for what it is, but it isn't actually a 'kilt' in the historically factual sense, as we know that the kilt as worn by the highlander was mostly a full body garment.

This 'skirt' version (not just this LIDL 'kilt' but every short version) was actually derived from an Englishman's (name escapes me) design.

I'm sorry if this information offends anyone, but a branch of my family were/are highland peeps and this stuff meant/means something to them.

History lesson over; nice find Op. <3

Pitty its incorrect! The short kilt was not invented by Rawlinson, there is plenty of historic proof of its existence prior to his claim. This is cheap tat, which is OK for kids but isn't a real kilt. If you want a real kilt then there are plenty of independent kilt makers that charge a fraction of the price that the shops charge.
1 Like #26
When you think about it a garment without a trousered croth getting in the way would better suit the male anatomy than the female.
#27
Awesome deal. Pity it's only in Scotland (and somewhat silly only having it there I feel).

If you're into Kilts perhaps I could have this opportunity to let you know about my Year (now life) in a kilt page on facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/YearInAKiltUk

It's interesting seeing people talk about the Kilt without talking about the origins of the kilt.
It's not Scottish at all, but infact a Viking creation.
This was then appropriated by the Scottish people when the Vikings invaded the northern territories.
The Scots (as we call them now) liked the idea so started to use them.

The garment the Vikings brought over was akin to what is known as the Great Kilt.

Hope you enjoyed the info.
Peace.
Greg.
#28
I nipped in this morning and shop was heaving. People were complaining they'd sold out of some things by 9. Still kilts left though

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