Chinese Scottish Tartan was originally created to signify the relationship that exists between Scotland and China. Inspiration for this tartan came from Madam Guo Guifang, who is a Chinese Consul General. It is one of the major tourist attractions for the Chinese who suggested the idea of creating a specific tartan for the Chinese people. This Chinese scottish Tartan incorporates the colors of the Scottish delights, together with the red and yellow of the Chinese flag. These are interwoven with green bands to symbolize the great cooperation between Scottish and Chinese.
The yellow color crosses the red color in five places which signifies the five stars of the Chinese Flag, the biggest and brightest being represented by the yellow cross in the middle of the red in Tartan. And this Chinese Scottish Tartan Kilt is made to measure, it will be crafted with the hip, waist, fell and length sizes that you specify according to your Height & Style. Chinese Scottish Tartan fabric is a woven cloth with colored threads, crossing at right angles. Tartan fabrics are usually made of wool. Our wide range of fabrics consists of over 200 authentic tartans available. We Offered a Tartan Fabrics at Best Price.
For kilt wearers, Accessories are must have in order to get the full traditional look.
Chinese Tartan Sporran
Starting at $35
Here , We offer Chinese Tartan Sporran . This Sporran features the yellow color crosses the red color in five places which signifies the five stars of the Chinese Flag, the biggest and brightest being represented by the yellow cross in the middle of the red in sporran. Made of high quality leather. This sporran will make you attractive.
Chinese Tartan Flashes
Starting at $15
Chinese Tartan Flashes are beautiful garters with small tartan strip that provides finishing touch to your kilt with its intense look. Moreover, this provide you a strong grab over cuff of hose to prevent it from going down.
Chinese Tartan Fly Plaid
Starting at $30
Chinese Tartan fly plaid made in a tartan that matches kilt in such a way that it completes beautifully kilt outfit. Traditionally it hangs down on back of you jacket and kilt/trew by inserting through an epaulet.