Examples of tartan in a Sentence
a kilt in the clan's tartan
Recent Examples of tartan from the Web
Or got down in the dirt at the White House in September, gardening in a Balmain tartan shirt that costs $1,380.
The 33-piece collection is inspired by Anderson's British heritage and features all the good, classic menswear patterns—herringbone, tartan, tweed, collegiate stripes—in colors that are far from basic.
The collection features tartan prints and plaid linings that evoke the designer's heritage.
Scotland is known for picturesque highlands and tartan-wearing highlanders, but now the country boasts the world's first floating wind farm.
Here, our man opts for a dark tartan tie, which has a wide enough pattern to differentiate itself from the suit fabric, instead of getting lost in the mix.
That same balance came in a teal tartan button-down shirt ($195) that had a sensual heft.
The singer, whose debut solo album just released today, promoted his new record at BBC Radio 1 this morning wearing heeled Gucci loafers with his pink and white tartan Vivienne Westwood suit.
Special tartan cloth has been integrated into the white leather seats, which resemble those seen in the Huayra BC, as well as on the door panels.
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Origin and Etymology of tartan
First Known Use: circa 1500See Words from the same year
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