Kilt Socks

Kilt hose were originally made from a strip of tartan fabric cut and sewn into the shape of a sock. By the eighteenth century it was possible to manufacture knitted tartan, thus this then became the norm for all kilt hose. Today there are many colours available and it’s usual to wear both plain and patterned kilt hose; it’s down to your own personal preference and the occasion you’re attending.

Kilt hose should be worn with the turnover above the calf but a two or three finger widths gap between the top of the sock and the knee. Kilt hose can be slightly thicker than your average sock, so it is worth taking this into consideration.

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