Dress code

Guy Dawson

Message 4824 · 11 Sep 1996 19:34:32 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Scott Campbell wrote :

> Incidentally, a kilt is a kilt; in contemporary useage there
> is no "dress kilt." That in itself is one of the charming aspects of
> wearing a kilt. The same kilt that went to the picnic will go to the
> formal ball that evening.

Something that amuses me about the terms 'day kilt' and 'dress klit', in
my experience, is that those people who make the distinction don't wear
a different kilt. Virtually everything else is different but not the kilt!

Guy
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