Famed designer Marc Jacob has featured the kilt through a plethora of fashion collections throughout his career, and he wore one to the Met Gala in 2011 to pay tribute to McQueen.
The traditional red tartan pattern associated with the design is also entirely delectable on jackets, pants, shirts, and so on.
It’s perhaps one of the most versatile patterns to traverse from traditional to unconventional.
The insatiable love of all things 90s and 000s is seemingly going from strength to strength, and it’s unsurprising that within these shifting times that the world has leaned on trends of bygone eras.
This trend is worth the investment because you will be recycling it within your wardrobe for the rest of your life.
So here is where you can find your forever kilt.
Minga London Mini Pleated Skirt In Blue Plaid, $62.40 from Asos can be found here.
Tania Petite Check Kilt Mini Skirt, $79.99 from Forever New can be found here.
Stradivarius Pleated Tennis Skirt In Check, $30.00 from Asos can be found here.
Tania Check Kilt Mini Skirt, $79.99 from Forever New can be found here.
Asos Design 90s Pleated Kilt In Camel, $36.00 from Asos can be found here.
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