Highland dress


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Highland dress

n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) the historical costume, including the plaid, kilt or filibeg, and bonnet, as worn by Highland clansmen and soldiers
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a modern version of this worn for formal occasions
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Three-man team The New Day - featuring favourites Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods - wore traditional Highland dress and quoted THAT speech from Braveheart.
The megastar took to the stage for the second of three dates at Glasgow's SSE Hydro and whipped fans into a frenzy as he appeared wearing traditional Highland dress.
Guests enjoyed champagne on arrival followed by a three course lunch as well as a signed book, whilst Alastair showcased his skills on the bagpipes following the surprise appearance of a piper in full highland dress.
THERE was a unionist theme to Ullesthorpe's pre-season drive-in as new captain Steve Milton, originally from Scotland, turned out in full highland dress, lady captain Chris Bown went for the English Rose look and junior Freddie Macarthur opted for a Union Jack shirt.
The other images were said to show him posing shirtless on holiday and wearing full Highland dress.
London-born Alexander, who famously wore full Highland dress to receive his CBE, told his family he wished his final resting place to be the Hebridean island.
There was a Scottish theme with the couple in full Highland dress, and studio two at Parr Street decked out as a Scottish castle.
Bagpipes and Highland dress were the order of the day for the 50th Anniversary celebration of the American-Scottish Foundation at the annual Wallace Award Dinner presided over by Foundation president Alan L.
Sheila, 33, wearing a champagne coloured wedding dress with an antique white train and diamond tiara, arrived in a vintage Bentley to join Baxter, wearing Highland dress in MacMillan tartan and white socks and shoes in tribute to his snowy career.
It is claimed that the modem kilt, as opposed to the traditional highland dress, was invented in the eighteenth century by an Englishman, Thomas Rawlinson, a foundry owner of Invergarry who did not want his workers to get caught in machinery.
Camilla, wearing a fuchsia hat and coat, entered the church alongside the Prince who was wearing Highland dress.

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