plaid fabric used for manufacturing clothing of the Scots. Each Scottish clan tartan has used its special colors, in which clan members it was easy to find.
Scottish national dress is the traditional male costume, the main distinguishing feature of which is the small kilt men's with large pleats in the back skirt knee length, made from wool plaid fabric tartan.
The surface of linen or wool shirt jacket-doublet one-shoulder throw tartan cloak blanket, and on my feet wear stockings to the knee (socks) and shoes with metal buckles. In addition to the kilt in the national costume includes a beret with a feather or pompon and sporran trimmed with fur (often seal) a leather bag that hangs on the belt of a kilt or a separate narrow band or chain, covering the hips. Modern Scots with the kilt often wear a jacket or vest. There are also narrow plaid pants.
In the period from XII(twelve) to XV(fifteen) century women's attire consisted of a few items of clothing is lower dress, upper dress, apron, belt, Cape, headpiece and Scottish shoes. Bottom of the dress was quite simple and was achieved to the level of the ankle. The top dress was a little above to the knees, and were decorated with patterns and lace. The apron was mostly made of woolen fabric and decorated with embroidery and border on the edge. The belt emphasized the waist, and the headpiece had to be exclusively of married ladies.