tartan


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a cloth having a crisscross design

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From St Lucia's plaid overlays on the women athletes' dresses to Canada sporting Maple Leaf tartan trews, it was clear Scots influence has spread far and wide.
95, Zara; red check pencil skirt, PS22, Dorothy Perkins; Frank Usher crystal and faux pearl earrings, PS25, QVCUK; black tights, PS6, Pretty Polly; black ankle shoe boot, PS115, Dune; red tartan bag, PS35, limited edition at M&S
Bear with me I know what you're thinking - surely you can't do tartan without it looking dated?
Scottish rugby hero Doddie Weir has designed a new tartan for his foundation to aid research in to motor neurone disease (MND).
THE fashion world is having a love affair with tartan this season, but for us Scots, it can be a tricky trend to get our heads around.
LAHORE -- Secretary Sports Punjab, Mohammad Aamir Jan on Thursday, held a meeting with Brian, Supervisor of German company Polytan to ensure timely installation of tartan track work here at Punjab Stadium.
The gates of the Punjab Football Stadium were closed on the sportsmen and general public in May 2016 as the tartan track was dug up for replacement which rendered the football pitch in accessible as well.
If you fancy celebrating all things Scottish, why not turn up the tartan quota in your home?
both Argos | Tartan candle bowl, PS26, Knockando Woolmill GIVE your home a welcoming, cosy glow with this pretty bowl.
Tartan candle bowl, PS26, Knockando Woolmill Check them in to your guest bedroom which has had a stylish makeover with some new bedding.
All you'll need is something tartan and a strong stomach to handle the haggis and tidal wave of whisky that accompanies the traditional Highland dancing.
com)-- Tartan Apparel is owned and operated by the Sloan family of Germantown.
To prepare your home for autumn/winter, start to introduce warmer colours such as mustards, russets and wine, and wintery fabrics such as tartan and tweed.