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Celtic Croft Kilt Rental Packages

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From: $239.00
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  • Everything You Need From Shoulder to Toes
  • 50+ Different Tartans
  • You get to Keep your Kilt!
  • Great for the Weddings
  • Offering More Sizes to Get The Best Fit
  • Includes Return Shipping Label

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From: $130.00
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  • Prince Charlie Jacket and Vest
  • Formal Kilt Shirt and Bow Tie
  • Kilt Belt and Buckle
  • Formal Sporran (choice of leather or fur)
  • Kilt Hose (yours to keep after the rental)
  • Flashes (black or green)
  • Kilt Pin
  • Sgian Dubh
  • Ghillie Brogues
  • Cuff Links
  • A pre-paid return label
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From: $289.00
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  • Everything you need from shoulder to toes
  • 60+ Different tartans to choose from
  • Keep your kilt, fly plaid, flashes, and kilt hose
  • Weddings, cruises, proms and other formal occasions
  • Offering more sizes to get the best fit

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Package includes:

  • Black Watch Kilt or your choice of “keep the kilt” option for an additional $40 View our selection of Homespun Tartans.
  • Black Velveteen Vest
  • Formal Shirt and Bow Tie
  • Kilt Belt and Buckle
  • Sporran (choice of leather or fur)
  • Kilt Hose (yours to keep after the rental)
  • Flashes (black or green)
  • Kilt Pin
  • Pre-paid return label
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  • Rent only what you need
  • Many options available
  • Complete your attire with just the items you want to rent
  • Even the shoes are for rent
  • Rent kilt hose and keep them after!
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$179.00
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  • Everything You Need From Shoulder to Toes
  • Blackwatch or Solid Black Kilt
  • Perfect Short Notice Rental
  • Great for the Wedding Party
  • Offering More Sizes to Get The Best Fit
  • Pre-paid return shipping label included

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$298.00
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  • A Keep the Kilt, Your Choice from 50+ Different Tartans
  • Argyle Jacket and Vest (Chest Sizes starting at 60″)
  • Formal Shirt (Black or White) (Neck size up to 21.5″)
  • Neck Tie (Black, Red, Green, or Blue)
  • Kilt Belt and Buckle (Fits up to 80″ Waist)
  • Formal Sporran (Choice of Leather and 4 Different Furs)
  • Big and Tall Kilt Hose (Black or Offwhite)
  • Matching Tartan Flashes (Yours to Keep )
  • Kilt Pin
  • Sgian Dubh
  • Ghillie Brogues
  • Cuff Links
  • A pre-paid return label included
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  • Casual kilt rental
  • Features a Jacobite shirt
  • Great for Renaissance fairs
  • Also includes ghillie brogues
  • Highland and Celtic Wedding attire
  • A pre-paid return label will be included.
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$179.00
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Sleek, slimming, and mysterious, the Black Out Rental package is a bold and classic choice! Easy to match anyone or any wedding party with a authentic black kilt and black accessories. The Argyle that makes this outfit look so dashing is made in Scotland from 100% pure new 15oz heavy weight Barathea wool. The jacket has one button closure on the front with a stylish 5 button vest. Paired with a lay down shirt and neck tie, the Argyle is our most commonly rented outfit. Great for weddings, as the night goes on, the jacket comes off showing off the beautifully hansom five button vest.

Perfect package for those who have never worn a kilt before, haven’t found their family tartan yet, Groomsman, Prom, a night out, a cruise and those attending an event in short notice. This rental will include EVERYTHING you need from shoulder to toes. We specialize in shipping Kilt Rental packages directly to you, wherever you are, anywhere in the USA, all 50 states. Sorry, no International rentals!

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$99.00
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  • Brown Watch great kilt
  • 3 inch brooch
  • Double prong leather belt
  • Rob Roy sporran
  • Rustic kilt shirt
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From: $289.00
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  • Top of the line Prince Charlie Formal Platinum Package
  • Everything You Need From Shoulder to Toes
  • 60+ Tartans to choose from
  • Offering More Sizes to Get The Best Fit
  • Keep your Kilt-Kilt Hose-Flashes-Fly Plaid
  • Weddings, Cruises, Proms and other special events

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$179.00
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  • Everything You Need From Shoulder to Toes
  • Blackwatch or Solid Black Kilt
  • Perfect Short Notice Rental
  • Great for the Wedding Party
  • Offering More Sizes to Get The Best Fit
  • Ghilles included

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From: $239.00
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  • Everything You Need From Shoulder to Toes
  • 60+ Tartans to choose from
  • Offering More Sizes to Get The Best Fit
  • Keep your Kilt & Kilt Hose
  • Weddings, Cruises, Proms and other special events

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From: $129.00 $110.00
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  • Buy a kilt at a discount price
  • Rent only the accessories you need
  • Many options available
  • Complete your attire with just the items you want to rent
  • Even the shoes are for rent
  • Rent kilt hose and keep them after!
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Rent anything from individual accessories to full formal attire. We can ship your Kilt Rental Package to you anywhere in the US. Visit our Kilt Rental page for all your rental needs.Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or suggestions about our Kilts. We love to hear from people about our products and website. Please let us know if you ever have problems getting on to the site or ordering from it.


The history of kilts is interwoven with the history of the Highland Clans of Scotland.

These are the ancestors who created and wore this unique clothing first! Tartans are first mentioned in official records from 1538, but it’s likely Scots were wearing them prior to that date. Kilts derived from the robes and garments worn by the varying Scandinavian invaders that swept through Scotland in the early centuries. Even the word kilt comes from the old Scandinavian word kjalta.

Traditional Kilts: Great & Ancient Kilts

The great kilt is also known as the belted plaid or the feileadh mhor. Covering both the wearer’s top and bottom, the garment’s height is twice the width of the weaver’s loom. A double length tartan is cut in even lengths and sewn side to side. The top portion can be worn over the shoulders, with pockets made from tucks along the belt. The lower portion is pleated around the waist.

An Ancient Kilt is similar, but only single width height rather than double width, with extra length below which is worn up over the shoulder.

The Little Kilt

The little kilt, small kilt, or feileadh beag is simply the bottom portion of the great kilt, a single length tartan plaid, with permanent pleats. The more traditional great kilt it should be noted is folded into pleats with each wear.

The little kilt has been in use since the 1730s. Thomas Rawlinson, an Englishman who managed an ironworks in Argyll, is credited with its invention. The story goes that he didn’t like the top kilt when it became wet. Since he couldn’t take the top half off without the bottom, he had them separated.

Modern Kilts

Modern Kilts descend from the little kilt and come in formal, casual, or sport / hiking or utility and cargo styles.

Whether great or small, kilts were traditionally woven from wool. Nowadays, they come in a number of materials! You can find them in acrylic, canvas, wool and wool blends.

How to Choose the Proper Kilt for You

If you’re new to kilts and how they’re worn, you probably need a little guidance regarding the tartan kind and color.

If you have Scottish ancestors or are from Scotland, you probably know that each family has a tartan unique to the clan.

The origins of the Scottish tartan can be traced back to the fifth century, with different designs being used to identify locals of various regions. It was in the nineteenth century that tartans took on a clan driven design.  Each design carries its own significance.  It’s estimated that there are roughly 7,000 different tartans available. The Scottish parliament created a register to record each tartan in 2009.

You can, however, also choose a tartan based on your personal preferences or to match the theme of the event you’re attending.  This may be a common approach for matching groomsmen.

Next, you should decide on the kilt’s fabric weight. Average fabric weight for a kilt is 16-17oz, with the heaviest reaching up to 19oz.

Kilts can be worn on their own, but if you’re going for the traditional Scottish look, you should also pair it with matching accessories- Shirt and Jacket, a pocket Sporran, kilt pin or brooch, shoes and socks or hose.

Up top and depending upon the occasion, you can choose from the following jacket types:
•    Braemar and Argyll jacket (for any occasion)
•    Prince Charlie (for very formal occasions like weddings, balls, dinners or graduations)
•    Regulation and Kenmore doublet (for formal occasions)
•    Sherrifmuir and Montrose jacket (for formal occasions)
•    Tweed Braemar jacket (for everyday, casual occasions)

So for example, you should wear the Prince Charlie jacket with a black bow tie, a white, black or pleat front shirt, and cufflinks. It goes with tartan, white or black hose and a three-button waistcoat.

As the Argyll and Braemar jackets are suitable for any occasion, you can wear them with a tartan or plain tie. A waistcoat is optional. The jackets are best paired with a black or white front shirt and off-white, black or tartan hose.

The Regulation, Kenmore, Sherrifmuir and Montrose jackets are formalwear often combined with a granddad collar, ruche cravat or a spread bat wing.

Finally, the Tweed Braemar jacket is more casual, so you can wear them with any cravat, a similar-colored hose, and a casual sporran. However, you shouldn’t wear off-white hose with a Tweed Braemar.

Below your jacket, a traditional Highlander Jacobite or Ghillie shirt is worn.

Many people also carry the traditional Scottish single-edged knife known as sgian dubh at around one-inch visibility.

Sporrans, an Essential Accessory

The word “sporran” derives from the Gaelic word for purse or pouch. The sporran was worn around the waist, acting as anything from a wallet to a pocket, this storage pouch is a must have accessory.

The birth of sporrans was dated back to around the 14th century. Originally they were made from leather, deerskin, or calfskin. The design was rather simple, including tasseled drawstrings.

Fast forward to late 17th and early 18th century, sporrans underwent a period of modification. Metal clasps, mostly made of brass, and other adornments were introduced. Silver clasps were rarer and mainly used for sporrans belonging to men in higher ranks, such as clan chiefs.

As the details of those metal clasps became more intricate and were considered as works of art, people started wearing it at the front of the kilt instead of around the hip.

The Scottish military then started making fur sporrans that used a selection of animal skin coverings. These are the sporrans that resemble the ones we see today.

Day or Leather Sporrans

These are the most casual type of sporran. It’s ideal for your most informal kilt outfits. Wear them when you go to a pub or attend a casual lunch event. Usually made from leather, the day sporran consists of a leather flap, front, and three tassels.

Semi-Dress Sporrans

As the name suggests, these are worn with tweed or Argyll outfits for semi-formal events. Typically made with a fur covering, 3 fur tassels, and leather gusset, semi-dress sporrans have a more luxurious feel and are versatile.

Full Dress Sporrans

These are the most formal type of sporrans, usually worn with Prince Charlie outfits. Due to the formality, full dress sporrans often embody distinctive looks and styles, ones you don’t see in the day sporrans.

Full dress sporrans always come with a fur front and gusset, a metal cantle at the top, and around 3 to 6 decorated fur tassels with regular or cross-chains. The cantle features detailed Celtic knotwork or Scottish symbol designs and is made from pewter or silver.

Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or suggestions about our Kilts. We love to hear from people about our products and website. Please let us know if you ever have problems getting on to the site or ordering from it.