spandex also known as compression shorts
No, nothing is worn under a kilt, unless dancing, when swimming trunks or jockey shorts are permissible to prevent embarrassment (of the onlooker not the dancer, why should he be embarrassed?) There is a joke about this. Posh lady: Tell me Mr McDonald is anything worn under the kilt? McDonald: No Ma'am it is all in perfect working order. It is an old wives tale that nothing is worn under the kilt and only practised by over-zealous and ignorant jocks. Anything can be worn under the kilt but the wearer is not supposed to answer questions as to what is being worn.
Sporran is the name of that pouch that are worn with the kilt. The Utility Kilt is offering all types of sporrans including dress sporrans, leather sporrans and horse hair sporrans. theutilitykilt .com
it was worn because the tradition was Irish
A kilt is not a skirt, it's a kilt. The kilt is worn only at special occasions, like weddings.
The simple answer is yes. The pleats of a kilt are meant to be worn in the back.
It is a kilt.
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