Universal setts can be worn by anyone. They open up a broader selection of tartans that can be worn.
These tartans can be worn by anyone, Scots or not, of a clan or not ~ to enable anyone with an interest in Scotland to don a tartan. They also allow anyone who is unsure of their Scottish clan heritage to still wear a tartan with no reprisals from anyone…unless it’s discovered you are actually part of a clan. Then try explaining to the most adamant why you’re not wearing ‘their’ tartan.
Some of these tartans are labeled universal, others aren’t, but fall into the universal category.
You can wear any of these Universal setts. Black Watch and Flower of Scotland are available from most kilt rental agencies.
Atlantic Ancient Trade 1781
Auld Lang Syne 3071
Black Watch Dress 1965
Braveheart Warrior WR2231 Note these are not the tartan seen in the movie ‘Braveheart’.
Braveheart Warrior Dress WR2236
Braveheart Warrior Hunting WR2237
The Tartan of Celts 2713
Common Kilt 554
Dogwood Trade WR913
Flower of Scotland WR2059 A universal design, created as a tribute to Roy Williamson, writer of the words and music of 'The Flower of Scotland'. Roy wore the Gunn tartan which has been used as the framework of the new tartan. Cornflower blue and Zephyr green have been used to suggest the bluebell and the thistle.
The Great Scot 2980
Scottish Odyssey A Lochcarron of Scotland exclusive tartan
Scotland's Own Tartan WR2592
Scottish Watch Universal WR1561
Spirit of Scotland WR2451
Stone of Destiny WR2291
Universal Ancient WR136
Wild Geese 3073 A universal commemorative tartan to honor the Irishmen who lived in France as mercenary soldiers as the result of the religious intolerance in the eighteen and nineteenth centuries. The design merges the Green, White and Gold of the Irish Tricolour with the Red, White and Blue of the French flag. The Black running through is to remember those who lost their lives.
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