Fly Plaid

A tartan fly plaid is a traditional Scottish garment worn with a kilt. It’s a large piece of fabric, typically in a tartan pattern matching the kilt, worn over one shoulder and fastened with a brooch or pin on the opposite side of the chest. This accessory adds a decorative and formal touch to the kilt ensemble, often reserved for special occasions and formal events. The tartan pattern represents a specific Scottish clan, family, or region, and wearing it is a symbol of Scottish heritage and cultural identity.

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