Tartan Clothes & Accessories
Kilts and trews (tartan trousers) are made in Scotland by Lochcarron.
Please order through Clan Maitland Society Ltd.
Sash in lightweight tartan - lovely colours. Wear a sash if your man is wearing a kilt. 108 inches long.
Scarf, in medium weight Reiver tartan - wear the scarf if you feel a sash is too formal. 30 inches long.
Scarf, in lightweight tartan. Ancient colours. 30 inches long.
Clan Ribbon is 2” wide, 5.5 feet long and has many uses. It can be used to make up decorations - for a cake, as a favour, or to make a tartan stocking flashes. Use it to mark your luggage - when you see Maitland tartan on the luggage carrousel, it must be yours, or you have a cousin on the plane!
6 Ribbons: (£6 each, US$10 each)
Mini Rosettes - made of tartan, 18” long, 4” wide, with a rosette at the top.
Pin them to your lapel or dress to identify yourself as a Maitland if you feel a sash is too formal. Add a clan badge!
Tartan tie in wool - large sett as on kilt.
Tartan tie in wool/polyester, lightweight tartan – smaller sett.
Bow tie - small sett, made up.
Bow tie - large sett, made up.
Bow tie - large sett, made up, with yellow centre knot.
Stocking flashes in the Maitland tartan.
Striped silk “club” tie reflects the colours of the tartan using a traditional regimental style, and goes well with a dark suit for formal occasions.
Cummerbund – looks good with a dinner jacket or tuxedo if you are not wearing trews. Adds a touch of colour.
70 x 19 inches, 180x 50 cm
This adds an attractive decoration to your dining table without overstating it!
Not only that, it can also double as a clan sash in an emergency!