Scottish kilt has a colorful and long record of tartans, while Irish kilts are a bit spotty.

Irish kilts were probably a long tunic that is made from color cloth, normally dark green or saffron.

This solid toned is a sign of Celtic nationalism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Now, Irish kilts are a little bit simpler than the multi-color and plaid Scottish tartans kilt.

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