Tartan Suits

Tartan suits feature intersecting horizontal and vertical lines in multiple colours. This pattern was first worn thousands of years ago by Celtic soldiers. Today, it's a popular look that looks great in a formal ensemble. Browse this page for a variety of tartan suits.

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Tartan Suits for Men

A tartan suit is an excellent stand out option, even as far as checked and patterned suits go. The bright colours in combination with the bold check result in a very distinctive look and is a perfect choice for an out-of-the-box take on formal dressing. Maybe surprisingly, a tartan suit is wearable and not at all a sartorial dead-ball. Team it with a crisp white shirt, pocket square and bow-tie, and the tartan suit is more than suitable for dressed-up events. On the other hand, when worn casually with an open-necked shirt and a simple belt, a tartan suit is perfectly fashionable. Tartan suit separates can be worn individually as well. Tartan suit trousers have just the right amount of effortless cool and are great as part of a modern look. The jacket can also be worn on its own and is especially interesting when styled as part of an otherwise formal outfit with a white shirt, bow-tie, black suit trousers and shiny black shoes. A tartan suit will be an exquisitely fun and perfectly sophisticated addition to any wardrobe. Whether you go for a green or red tartan suit you can be sure to get a suit that will make an impression. To make your outfit even more exciting you can add one of the matching vests as well. You can also get tartan tuxedos which are fantastic options for black-tie dressing. Also available are tartan handkerchiefs and bow-ties, so there’s no excuse for not getting on the tartan bandwagon. Just one look at the colourful tartan suit will make you think of the fabric’s tradition and history. An easily recognisable material with strong connections to Scottish and Gaelic culture, the fabric is created by weaving dyed threads into a pattern of crisscrossing bands of colour. Although traditionally linked to clans, where the different patterns represented various regions, it has since become a mainstream popular fabric and pattern. It is used frequently in the fashion industry, but today people choose their tartan based on what their favourite is and not because they’re showing their allegiance to a clan.