Seaforth Highlanders Tartan

It is believed that the Seaforth Highlanders Tartan is associated with the Seaforth Highlanders, a historical regiment of the British Army that was formed in 1778. This regiment's name was derived in honor of the Seaforth estate located in Ross-shire, Scotland, and was comprised of Highlanders of Scotland. There is a Mackenzie Tartan that is the tartan used by the regimental for the Seaforth Highlanders, which was created by Mackenzie the Earl of Seaforth in 1778. Wilson's book on pattern design from 1819 outlines various sizes and weights of the cloth that were that could be used for different ranks in the regiment. Seaforth Highlanders were one of the most renowned and revered regiments of the British Army and were involved in a variety of wars and conflicts that included the American War of Independence, the Napoleonic Wars, and both World War I and World War II.
The Seaforth Highlanders tartan is a distinctive design with the color blue and green scheme with thin yellow and red stripes. The design was used by the Seaforth Highlanders as their regimental tartan and has since become a symbol for the regiment's rich heritage and its rich history. In the present, the Seaforth Highlanders Tartan is still well-known and often used as a symbol of Scottish pride and heritage, especially by those who have connections with the Seaforth Highlanders and the Highlands of Scotland. It is often used in the making of scarves, kilts as well as other clothes and accessories. It is a favorite choice among people who are enthralled by the rich heritage and culture of Scotland.