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Kilts becoming more popular in Germany?


Here is an email from one of the students who visited Scotland this year from Germany to work in the House of Tartan dye plant garden. She found a interesting article in a German newspaper "Berliner Morgenpost"

"If everybody wants to have a kilt in Germany or France or elsewhere, then is this gigantic step for Kiltís popularity.

How you can see, nobody use the correct word "Tartan" in Germany and I think nobody know the correct word.

I wish a very successful working day.

Best regards from Germany / Berlin!!

Kerstin


Berlins Womenís likes chequered skirts in the next autumn.

Short Scottish ĖKilts this is the modern trend.

Admitted Ė it is still to hot in Berlin and it is difficult to think ahead to the fashion for the autumn or winter. Anyhow Ė itís worth it to look in the shop windows. The new fashions announce. The Scottish minis are coming.

She that has the nose in front must buy the kilt now. The salesgirls said: "We have been selling the chequered fashion for the last two weeks and the clients are very enthusiastic about the new Scottish look." The ladies wear non transparent stockings with the short skirts. Most of the buyers are around 30 years old.

The kilt cost 20 Euro in the cheaper shops and 90 Euro in the normal shops or in designer shops 329 Euro and from Jil Sander 570 Euro. No matter where you look all designers are offering kilts in autumn.

By the way the modern menís kilts donít hang like the womenís skirts. Please look to England. The brave manís to wear a kilt. (Prince Charles, Sean Connery and David Coulthard.

House of Tartanís Mini Kilt in pure new wool made to measure for you is EURO 110.00

House of Tartanís Mini Kilt

To view our mini kilt and the not so mini kilts HOUSE OF TARTAN LADIES WEAR


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