Kilt Loving Nudists

Nudists who enjoys wearing a Kilt. Nudists who admire kilt wearers.

Clan identification

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I realize that kilts are for everyone, not just Scots and that many naturist men like casual or non-traditional kilts as well as other types of Male Unbifurcated Garments (aka MUGS). But identifying with a clan is important and traditional highland kilts remain central to the idea of wearing the kilt.
So, Brothers, if you've a family connection to a clan, which one(s) and do you have a kilt in your clan tartan?
I'll go first--I learned last year that I have a possible connection through my mother's paternal line (name of Trimble) who were Scotch-Irish (as we call it in the USA) or Ulster Scot. We have an ancestor who married in Northern Ireland (Derry), but immediately immigrated. However, at present that's where the trail begins so we have no way of knowing whether they were forced out of the South of Scotland or the North of England.

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A kilt is an investment, they will last a lifetime, they are expensive as each is personally custom made and by the weight of the tartan fabric. 15 years ago I purchased my own kilt at a local respected Highland store who took my measurements, including kneeling on the floor, the order was sent to Scotland and in 7 weeks I received it. I choose the modern Smith in medium weight which was ideal for piping and Scottish country dancing as it keeps its form, never buy light weight material. Cost was 700 dollars Canadian and that has been money well spent, I am very proud to wear my kilt.

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I am a MacLean and wear modern MacLean dress kilt.they call it a kilt cause that's what happen to the guy who called it a dress lol.

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There is nothing wrong with a light weight kilt. It's fun on a windy day.

Sometimes a bar man will ask why I'm wearing a kilt. I reply that I think he wouldn't serve me if I took it off.

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There is nothing wrong with a light weight kilt. It's fun on a windy day.Sometimes a bar man will ask why I'm wearing a kilt. I reply that I think he wouldn't serve me if I took it off.

Sort of like the day when my wife asked me if I really wanted to take a walk around the neighborhood wearing just gym shorts.
My reply was, "No but i would probably get in trouble if I didn't wear anything!"

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I do have another light weight but its only just to big. Everything's ok till I breathe out, then it makes its way to the floor with remarkable speed.

Have you ever done that "accidentally" on purpose? I have! One time was in an audition. Instead of stripping a garment at a time I pulled off my shirt and pulled my tummy in. Fully clothed to fully naked in an instant.

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