Recent Examples of kilt from the Web
Veronica wore a wedding gown, her bridesmaids (including Betty, Josie, and Cheryl) wore blue, and Archie and Jughead donned kilts with their suit jackets.
The holiday event wasn’t promoted as a costume ball, per se, but attendees did dress up in traditional highlands garb, including but not limited to kilts.
Once for a skit, he was asked to don a kilt and appear on stage at the Hard Rock alongside comedian Martin Short.
Enter to win a round-trip ticket to Ireland at the raffle or put on your kilt to run the Kilted Mile on Sunday.
The men wear kilts and bare chests, the women black leos and knee socks, and all don Victorian collars, tossing wig powder in the air at intervals, almost certainly poking fun at Ireland’s former landlords.
The show was a bit repetitive, its moments of darkness not as real as Simons’s, but Leba knows how to make individual pieces, like those kilts and aprons, sing on their own.
The Italian-born designer's greatest menswear hits for the French brand (see: Rottweiler tees and shark sweatshirts, Kanye West's leather kilt, low-slung loose pants) cleared a path for how guys like to dress in 2017.
A bagpiper, wearing a kilt, led the graduates through the aisles.
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First Known Use of kilt
Origin and Etymology of kilt
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
KILT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kilt for English Language Learners
: a type of skirt traditionally worn by men in Scotland
: a woman's skirt that resembles a Scottish kilt
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