This stunning late-period Scottish ensemble one-of-a-kind and inspired by the 17-18th century Scottish woman’s garb. Whether you spend your days farming or feasting, this outfit is beautiful and durable and will add versatility to your wardrobe. You can layer the gorgeous tartan skirt with another of our skirts (not included) or wear it alone for your hearty Celtic garb. As you can see from the pictures, the skirt is full enough to wear over a hoop/farthingale (not included) and would look striking on its own.
The fabric is available in genuine Scottish Clan Wool Tartan, Wool Solids, or Cotton (limited tartan selections). The waist is an adjustable drawstring and the skirt is available in four lengths (see below). *The chemise included in this ensemble is our Lady Rose, as we have discontinued the pictured chemise*. Wool fabrics are easy to care for, wrinkle resistant, and marvelously durable. If you have any concerns about the sizes below just e-mail me with your measurements.
The women of the Scottish Highlands were known for their simple and practical raiment. It is unlikely any of them ever wore the plaid shawl on one shoulder and under the arm as my pictures show, but the effect is familiar to most people and absolutely gorgeous! If, however, you are looking for historical Scottish Highland garb, please see our Lady Morrigan's Highland Ensemble, or our featured Ancient Scottish Arisaidh!
This modern Lady MacPhearson Ensemble includes one skirt (you choose the tartan pattern below), one standard length muslin Lady Rose chemise, and one matching shawl and tam (sized to your head measurement).
Wrap a tape measure around
your head just above your ears and across your forehead.|
See the conversion chart below.
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