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    On the streets of Dublin last weekend, a student captured the variety of kilts worn by the Scots who were in Dublin for the Ireland v Scotland rugby match at The Aviva Stadium.

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    Detail of Duke of Windsor's green corduroy doublet, kilt and matching plaid

    Occasion- the kilt (only the skirt) is worn for in multiple occasions. It is worn for sports events, including the Highland games and for any formal event.

    Hodges Figgis -the nicest bookshop in Dublin, on Dawson street

    Dublin, Ireland

    Classic Red: Royal Stewart, worn by The Cousins.

    Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

    Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland - part of my husband's ancestry is Irish Catholic and on my side Scots-Irish. We have a mixed marriage!

    Two cute little Scots!

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    Jumping kilt, an airborne Scot.

    Dublin, Ireland

    The word kilt comes from the Scots word kilt, meaning to tuck up the clothes around the body. The Scots word derives from the Old Norse kjalta, from Norse settlers who wore a similar, non-tartan pleated garment.


    A short walk from Four Seasons Hotel Dublin is the Aviva Stadium, Ireland's national stadium and home to the FAI and IRFU.



    Dublin, Ireland