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The Argyll is a traditional one-button fastening kilt jacket, with gauntlet cuffs and scalloped pockets. It is the standard day-wear kilt jacket and versatile for a variety of semi formal or formal occasions. This iconic jacket has been the gold standard in Highlandwear since the nineteenth century.
*Waistcoat not included*
This jacket can be worn with or without a five button waistcoat, but is usually accompanied with a belt and buckle set when a waistcoat is not worn.
Our Argyle Jacket features:
- 100% 15oz Barathea Wool.
- Thistle Jacquard lining
- Silk Braided epaulettes
- Polished 'Clann na Gael' Buttons
- Waistcoat not included
Made in our own tailoring workshop in Glasgow.