Napier Tartan Kilt
The kilt has now become the accepted alternative dress wear for formal occasions rather than a practical garment.It is most commonly worn at weddings and formal functions, and is acceptable on occasions where one would wear a dinner suit or tuxedo. The Napier's have a long and ancient history and are descended, through the Earls of Lennox, from the Celtic royal families of Scotland and Ireland. According to the tradition preserved in the family, the surname Napier comes from an early battle between Scots and the Danes, where a son of the Earls of Lennox turned the tide in a hopeless battle, and thus having the name ‘Napier’ conferred on him. There is an Oinus Naparius during King Stephen’s reign -1140 and similar in the reigns of Henry II and III. There is no evidence to connect these early English or Norman ‘Napers’ with the Scottish Napers of the 13th century. One can also find the -hand stitched heavyweight quality napier ancient Kilts made by experienced Scottish kilt makers.The kilt is generally a made to measure garment made of standard size from 8 yards of cloth. The cloth is 54” wide and is generally cut down the middle and joined.The 8 yards of cloth ensures swing, depth and number of pleats that are generally 27 pleats on a standard kilt. You can book the napier tartan kilt of your choice from our listed items and can have it very soon as we have the worldwide fastest delivey mychinism. Come forward and order the Napier Tartan Kilt of your choice by adding more glory to your personality.