Source for the kilt suit:
The plaid skirt worn by Scottish men is called a kilt. Scots are proud of their kilts, which are worn at all festivals. A completely traditional outfit includes a skirt, jacket, leather bag, shoes and a knife.
Plaid skirts appeared in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century. It wasn't until the mid-18th century that the version of the skirt was called the "big kilt". It's actually a wide plaid, a real blanket to wrap around at night. Clothes dry quickly and don't interfere with walking. Since Scotland is humid and the region is full of swamps, a cozy warm blanket protects travelers from colds and colds. If there is war, a large kilt falls to the ground and does not interfere in the fighting.
For men in kilts：
Traditional black socks are worn on the legs to coordinate with the plaid on the kilt. A plaid beret was shown off the head, in the same pattern as the skirt. Skirt knives with runes engraved on them are a must for me.
A leather bag with metallic elements, trimmed with fur as a weighting agent, is placed on the front so that the kilt does not swell in the wind. For the same purpose, the belts are tied with rich buckles, decorated in a Scottish style. You can often meet people like this in Scotland and abroad - in Canada and the US where there are many Scottish expats.