Trying to find the best baby kilts can be rather difficult, as many kilt retailers and hire shops do not stock kilts for toddlers. So, we thought we’d take a look at the best kilts for kids.
Baby Kilts and Kilts for Toddlers
Like all kilts, it is possible to get baby kilts in almost any tartan. It is common for these kilts to be custom made, so you should expect around 4-6 weeks for delivery of the kilt. If you need the kilt for a special event, make sure you order well in advance to avoid disappointment. For more details, please use the contact form on our website. For now, here are some example baby kilts to get your creative juices flowing!
If the father of the child is wearing the kilt, it may be a good idea to get matching kilts for your child, like these two below.
What other Kilts for Kids are there?
Rather than a custom made kilt, it is also possible to have a “onesie” type kid kilt, which could be suitable for a more informal occasion. These are the best kilts for toddlers in my opinion, and could certainly let your child stand out!
For kilts for kids of ages between 2-10, these are more common in kilt hire shops and retailers, but they can be pretty expensive, since they will normally have to be custom made. Here are some looks that may give you some ideas. For formal occasions, I would advise the classic kilt with a Prince Charlie jacket, or the Argyll Jacket for a more modern look. The child on the left is wearing a tweed Argyll jacket, while the child on the right is wearing a classic Prince Charlie jacket. The ruffled tie is normally worn with the Argyll jacket, while a bow tie is normally worn with the Prince Charlie jacket. Kilt jackets are a vital part of the overall outfit, so make sure you buy a kids kilt jacket along with your kilt, aswell as other accessories such as sporrans and a sgian dubh.
Ultimately, you should choose a kilt that your child will feel comfortable in, whilst looking stylish. Feel free to contact us to place a custom order, or email us to help you choose a look.