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My new Brown Modern Kilt arrived today, it turned out really well, I am very happy with the tailoring, workmanship and tartan.  This is my third kilt and is the only one I have with a lot of red in it. (doing the Happy Dance)

The kilt is a 16 oz, 9 yarder and was made by House of Edgar of House of Edgar fabric.  It was purchased from Matt Newsome at the Scottish Tartans Museum.

I'm not sure if my Scoittish Browns were Lamonts or MacMillans, but I'm safe with a kilt in the Brown Tartan and I can wear it to Lamont functions if I want and fit right in.

The exchange rates are very good right now and the prices on imported highland wear are less than I have seen for a while.  I decided to take advantage of the lower prices and ordered a Prince Charlie this morning.  I plan to be a well dressed laird.

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Jim Lovelace
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Jim,

  What we need now is pictures of the new kilt, preferably you wearing it.  aww
that way I can recognise you when I see you along the trails sometime.

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Richard R. Barden


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Jim good for you, I still want to get my first kilt. No money!

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Dennis Patrick


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Congrats.

I'm still working with the Sport Kilt but hope to get a Lamont one sometime next year.

Jim

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Cool Jim,
And as stated before.......Pics Please.

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Jim, it seems you and I share some of the same blood.  My maternal great, great grandmother was a Brown.  I always figured if I ever wanted to "branch out" I would get a kilt in the Brown tartan. 

Jeez, look at me; who would have though I would be related to a Patrick.  aww

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Luckey, I always thought you were a pretty decent guy, this Patrick descendant is happy to claim you as a cousin.  My maternal grandmother was a Scottish Brown.

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Jim Lovelace
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