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Mens kilts @ Lidl from £19.99 £29.99

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Back in time for Burns - Fair fa your honest sonsie face, great bargain of the tartan race!

Lidl are selling kilts and accessories from today -

8 Yard pure wool kilt for £29.99 (available in 3 tartans)
5 Yard kilt for £19.99
Leather Sporrans for £6.99
Jacobite shirts for £6.99 (black or white)
Ghillie Brogues for £9.99
Leather kilt belt for £3.99

Boys kilts and ladies kilted skirts are also available for £9.99

That is a bargain price for a wool kilt, and although the quality will not be the best for these, they'll be just the job for football, rugby or festivals, etc.
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#1
Lidl selling - does that mean this is the Mc Goebbels tartan
#2
Good deal if you can find any. Judging on last year these seem to be pretty limited.

Just had a look at the Lidl site and it appears that these are in Scotland only. Pah...

Edited By: Gastronomix on Jan 20, 2011 21:08: accuracy
#3
Flombard
Lidl selling - does that mean this is the Mc Goebbels tartan

No, it's the Helmut Schön.
#4
Help m'boab!! Crivvens! Lidl sellin' kilts! Jings!!

etc...
#5
Only sold in Scotland **** !! I want one
#6
pure wool?
poly viscose surely at that price
good price for poly if they are
if 100% wool then it would be an absolute steal
#7
AL_M
pure wool?poly viscose surely at that pricegood price for poly if they are if 100% wool then it would be an absolute steal
Isn't wool itchy?
#8
Kilts, of course, originated from the Celts who occupied areas of Mediterranean land, before migrating to the British Isles and stealing land from British tribes who they slaughtered in abundance.

A good design for the Med. climate, but a bit inane to be wearing one in the north of Britain.
#10
They only tend to be available in Scottish Stores I've done a screenshot of the details of the Wool one

http://www.divshare.com/direct/13828470-4ad.jpg
1 Like #11
Laughing Spam
Kilts, of course, originated from the Celts who occupied areas of Mediterranean land, before migrating to the British Isles and stealing land from British tribes who they slaughtered in abundance.A good design for the Med. climate, but a bit inane to be wearing one in the north of Britain.

You think a full 8 yard wool kilt is more suited to warm weather? They are bloody roasting.
#12
Why does a checked skirt become a kilt?
#13
Waldolf
Why does a checked skirt become a kilt?

whoo hoo , here come the trolls
#14
Lidl are also selling Jacobite shirts for £6.99

Edited By: aScottishBloke on Jan 20, 2011 22:45: quoted deleted post.
#15
http://www.divshare.com/direct/13828535-10a.jpg

http://www.divshare.com/direct/13828536-0b0.jpg

http://www.divshare.com/direct/13828546-b0d.jpg
#16
great for a stag do or a jaunt tae the fitba

if buying please check for any pubes, as they may be returns oO
#17
konkywonky
Laughing Spam
Kilts, of course, originated from the Celts who occupied areas of Mediterranean land, before migrating to the British Isles and stealing land from British tribes who they slaughtered in abundance.A good design for the Med. climate, but a bit inane to be wearing one in the north of Britain.

You think a full 8 yard wool kilt is more suited to warm weather? They are bloody roasting.

The originals weren't 8 yards of wool. Or tartan for that matter.
#18
....and what's with the boot-lace shirt fastening?

Famous hate-filled racist Mel Gibson wears one in a film and all of a sudden it's part of every Scotchman's wardrobe.
#19
chilli around the nether regions
1 Like #20
Laughing Spam
....and what's with the boot-lace shirt fastening?

Famous hate-filled racist Mel Gibson wears one in a film and all of a sudden it's part of every Scotchman's wardrobe.


Looks like he aint the only hate filled racist
#21
greengo
great for a stag do or a jaunt tae the fitba

if buying please check for any pubes, as they may be returns oO


Wouldn't be too hasty throwing away free pubes - mony a mickle maks a muckle. To the little gentleman in black velvet!

Edited By: Flombard on Jan 20, 2011 22:53
#22
cant imagine these will be anything other than rubbish at this price
1 Like #23
Laughing Spam
....and what's with the boot-lace shirt fastening?

Famous hate-filled racist Mel Gibson wears one in a film and all of a sudden it's part of every Scotchman's wardrobe.


http://www.playdota.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=964&pictureid=17471
#24
i bought the wee laddies one for my son, and they are good quality, i can only assume its the same for the gents,,,,,,,,,,,,,

yeah and mel gibson plays a scotsman and turns into an alcoholic racist..............not the 1st time ive heard that one lolx
1 Like #25
These" Kilts" arent real Kilts. Firstly you should really only wear your own Clans Tartan and secondly not some Chinese/German Bastardisation of a Kilt. Cheap feckin mickey mouse kilt this.
#26
After a wee mishap with a dicky tummy and somebody's setee I now have this helpful rhyme:

Always wear pants with poncho,
Always wear keks with a kilt.
#27
hooray henry
These" Kilts" arent real Kilts. Firstly you should really only wear your own Clans Tartan and secondly not some Chinese/German Bastardisation of a Kilt. Cheap feckin mickey mouse kilt this.


But isn't the "real Kilt" (and many of the Clan's Tartan) merely a modern i.e. Victorian, invention to amuse the Lowlanders?

Let's face it, for most folk, particularly those attending weddings in England, this is nothing more than fancy dress. And heck, on the right guy (like the model in Lidl's photo), it's drop-dead sexy fancy dress. And on the rest, it's just harmless fun.

I wonder if, come St George's Day, we will see Lidl selling Beafeater outfits in its English stores? (_;)
#28
if these are same ones they had last year they are really crap quality..the shirts and bits n pieces they had looked ok but the kilts were pretty thin..just a heads up if you are going to queue for hours for them..they went fast.

Edited By: poppyolivia on Jan 21, 2011 07:01
#29
Please don't let this deal lead to more idiots in skirts being seen on the streets. Why oh why do people insist on telling everyone where they were born (or their parents), I for one am not interested. Check skirt voted hot but if you are buying one for an elderly aunt!!!
1 Like #30
Laughing Spam
....and what's with the boot-lace shirt fastening?

Famous hate-filled racist Mel Gibson wears one in a film and all of a sudden it's part of every Scotchman's wardrobe.


What's a Scotchman?
3 Likes #31
Lot of stupid comments from people , probably the English who are jealous their country has no real culture , national identity or history they can be proud of! Well maybe Morris dancers and pearly queens and beefeaters! Nice
#32
just heated, I live in Scotland but you can obviously find it online since someone posted pictures, does anybody have the link? I went to my local one in Edinburgh this morning but they don't do clothes :(
1 Like #33
guv
don_in_ed
Lot of stupid comments from people , probably the English who are jealous their country has no real culture , national identity or history they can be proud of! Well maybe Morris dancers and pearly queens and beefeaters! Nice


Irony at its best.


Shame you're the first one to get nasty. I would remind you that clan tartan, highland games etc were created by Walter Scott to amuse Victoria and Albert - those Germans who liked to spend a couple of weeks in a make believe world in Scotland




Edited By: Flombard on Jan 21, 2011 12:04: typo
#34
guv
don_in_ed
Lot of stupid comments from people , probably the English who are jealous their country has no real culture , national identity or history they can be proud of! Well maybe Morris dancers and pearly queens and beefeaters! Nice


Irony at its best.


It would be if it were irony - how about " I think Scotland will be the next superpower" - see that is irony.
#35
Flombard
guv
don_in_ed
Lot of stupid comments from people , probably the English who are jealous their country has no real culture , national identity or history they can be proud of! Well maybe Morris dancers and pearly queens and beefeaters! Nice


Irony at its best.


Shame you're the first one to get nasty. I would remind you that clan tartan, highland games etc were created by Walter Scott to amuse Victoria and Albert - those Germans who liked to spend a couple of weeks in a make believe world in Scotland


Loads wrong with that little speech, will leave it up to you to find out where you went wrong.
#36
This is really for the SNP & jacobite loving jock, people who wear these in my experience are the extreme jocks who hate everything English! So cold from me!

Oh and before you ask I've Scottish blood & my surname has it's own tartan but I'm a Englishman and proud!
[helper]#37
The real irony of this thread are the Englishmen who mock those who wear the kilt (which include the Irish and the Americans).

The big difference is most Scotsman would happily wear the kilt (and many do when they get married) but how many Englishmen would wear a morris outfit. I know which I'd rather wear....
2 Likes #38
good deal for a kilt to waer to the footy then throw away but lets be honest you are looking to pay around £200-£300 for a decent kilt
#39
janaltus


But isn't the "real Kilt" (and many of the Clan's Tartan) merely a modern i.e. Victorian, invention to amuse the Lowlanders?

(_;)



Actually no, this is a popular misconception. The modern kilt is a variation of the ancient long kilt or great kilt, which dates back to around the 16th Century. The modern kilt is a late 17th-early18th century adaptation of the great kilt, which essentially shortened it, for various practical reasons, mostly, I imagine, because it had a tendency to get caught up in machinery.

The story about the shrot kilt being invented to please Queen Victoria by an Englishman has been proven to be false, there are illustrations of highlanders wearing the short kilt before that particular Englishman was around.

However, the kilt did have a popular revival during Victorians reign, where a lot of new tartans were invented. But, tartan was around before hand, many tartans have an ancient and a modern variation, the ancient ones typically being pre-Victoria, and the moderns, post.
#40
Painterz1
janaltus


But isn't the "real Kilt" (and many of the Clan's Tartan) merely a modern i.e. Victorian, invention to amuse the Lowlanders?

(_;)



Actually no, this is a popular misconception. The modern kilt is a variation of the ancient long kilt or great kilt, which dates back to around the 16th Century. The modern kilt is a late 17th-early18th century adaptation of the great kilt, which essentially shortened it, for various practical reasons, mostly, I imagine, because it had a tendency to get caught up in machinery.

The story about the shrot kilt being invented to please Queen Victoria by an Englishman has been proven to be false, there are illustrations of highlanders wearing the short kilt before that particular Englishman was around.

However, the kilt did have a popular revival during Victorians reign, where a lot of new tartans were invented. But, tartan was around before hand, many tartans have an ancient and a modern variation, the ancient ones typically being pre-Victoria, and the moderns, post.


I'm afraid you are mistaken. Regional tartans existed but not clan specific. The kilt had long been abandoned and was recreated by Walter Scott and are very popular for Essex weddings. I like most English have Scots and Irish blood - so don't have any particular axe to grind. Are Morris Dancer any more camp than the Highland Fling - the Jury's out

Edited By: Flombard on Jan 21, 2011 11:01

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