Watson Tartan Kilt
The formal commercial productions of the ancient and traditional Watson tartan fabric were initiated, designed, and manufactured in 1950 exclusively for the use of the Clan Watson Society but the instant acceptance and popularity of this fine fabric turned it into a merchandise item the same year. The preliminary designs appear to be based on the Gordon and Hunting MacRae, however, over the years it has adopted various changes. Watson is a patronymic surname of English and Scottish origin. Meaning "son of Walter", the popular Old English given names "Wat" or "Watt" were diminutive forms of the name Walter. Watson is the 46th-most common surname in England and the nineteenth-most common in Scotland. Those with either a Sept name or a Clan name may wear or display the Crest Badge and Tartan of the Clan.
Watson is a Sept of both the Clan Buchanan and the Clan Forbes but is most commonly associated with Clan Buchanan. The name Watson, which means "son of Walter" was first recorded in Edinburgh in 1392. Watson means literally ‘son of Walter’, a personal name taken from the Old German word ‘Walter’ meaning mighty warrior. Your kilt lives in the closet, but style is calling. Watson Tartan Kilt is a versatile, durable, and stylish kilt style with knife pleats designs that looks sharp with any dress - formal or casual. Although it is not hand-sewn, Watson Tartan Kilt makes it easy to maintain and keeps your kilt looking its best. It also features an adjustable leather strap for a secure fit. Made of 100% pure wool tartan, the kilt is easy to wear and lasts a long time. It's been designed to be a versatile piece that can be used in many different settings.
Design: Watson Tartan
Pleats: Knife Pleats
Cleaning: Easy to Wash
Buckles: Rust Free
Strap: Adjustable Leather Strap