>Kerstin Kuhn asked on behalf of a friend (28 May): > >> She would like to know what the following look like: >> - ancient "arisaid" >> and >> - "aboyne dress" (Highland dancers). >
There have been some very good descriptions of these two habits
from the group.
There is a good picture of the Aboyne dress at
The best arisaid picture that I know of is in R.R. McIan's, The
Clans of The Scottish Highlands, page 205, showing a woman of Clan Urquhart
wearing the "airisaid".
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