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Gentlemen prefer tweeds

IT IS often said that if you spot someone sporting a kilt in the Highlands these days, the chances are the wearer is either a visitor or an expatriate Scot and certainly not local. Like the Gaelic language, kilts are no longer the garment of the playground, although I dare say there are one or two exceptions.

If kilts are less popular than they were 50 years ago, the same cannot be said of estate tweeds. No mere relic of Victoriana, tweeds are part of the history of the Highlands and can still be seen in almost every town up and down the country.

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