The Celtic Croft has a great selection of Irish kilts and accessories. If your looking for a cheap Irish kilt to wear to the pub, a Renaissance Irish kilt, or a Formal kilt for a kilted Irish wedding, we've got the kilts and accessories for all occasions and budgets.
Irish kilts and Irish tartans are a great way of celebrating your Irish heratage. Irish kilts are becoming increasingly popular, and it's no wonder - everyone agrees that a good lookin' Irishman looks even better in a kilt!
Interesting Fact About Ireland and Clans
The existing provinces of Ireland can be traced back to kingdoms in the fifth century ruled by "Ri Coicid" or Kings of a Fifth, indicating that there were originally five kingdoms or provinces: Connaucht, Leinster, Meath, Munster and Ulster.
Irish Formal Kilt
Hand–stitched pleats and lots of attention to detail make these the nicest kilts available. Made with at least 8 yds of Tartan and constructed to last a lifetime.
Irish Casual Kilt
The Irish Casual Kilt is a great option if you want a nice looking kilt without spending as much money. Nearly identical in appearance to our formal kilts, casual kilts are machine stitched instead of hand stitched, and made with less tartan.
Historic Style Irish Kilts
There is little evidence that the Irish ever wore kilts historically. Irish tartans and Irish kilts are modern inventions. Nevertheless, our Irish tartans are still a very popular choice for those of Irish descent who want to wear a Kilt, so we have made them available!
Irish Ancient Kilt
The Irish Ancient Kilt is made from a long piece of single-width fabric, about 25" wide. This allows you to pleat the kilt with 2-3 yards left over that is worn over the shoulder as a sash.
Irish Phillabeg or "Little Kilt"
The Phillabeg is an early predecessor of today's modern kilt, dating back to at least the late 1600's. It is simply a length of tartan about 25" wide and about 4 yds long, loosely bunched or pleated, and held about the waist with a belt.
Irish Great Kilt
It is hard to beat a traditional great kilt. When you belt it on, more than half of the fabric is above the belt.This extra fabric can be bustled up behind you, pinned over the shoulder, or worn over both shoulders like a cloak.
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