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Our How to Tie your Tartan Tie blog post series aims to give you useful hints and tips to show your tartan tie off to it’s full potential! This week we discuss The Pratt Knot, the perfect knot to create the all important tie dimple. The Pratt Knot The Pratt knot is a medium sized knot, somewhere between […]

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Our Tartan Invaded Trends blog post series aims to bring Tartan to the forefront of fashion, illustrating how subtly including hints of tartan in your outfit can be as on trend as the latest fashion trends themselves! This week we discuss The Pencil Skirt. Described by Glamour magazine as “put-together and feminine, polished, profession-looking, and […]

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You would like a flat cap but which style should you choose? We offer several different styles and if you ask us nicely can probably make a few more not featured on the website, or with extra details that we haven’t quite got round to advertising. Traditionally flat caps are made in pure wool and […]

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Our How to Tie your Tartan Tie blog post series aims to give you useful hints and tips to show your tartan tie off to it’s full potential! This week we discuss The Four In Hand Knot, the all-time classic of the tie knots.  The Four In Hand Knot The four in hand knot is today’s most popular […]

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White signifies fresh and new, snowdrops in the Spring, freshly laundered sheets, a crisp white shirt for work, and of course the colour of choice for wedding dresses marking the beginning of a new partnership. The White Company was created 20 years ago when founder Chrissie was unable to find well designed quality bed linen […]

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This week saw the launch of the long awaited tartan shirt. We have had a list of customers requesting tartan shirts and while LL Bean have re-instated their “Men’s Scotch Plaid Flannel Shirt” line (a good sign that we must be on trend!), they only have a limited range of tartans and you of course want […]

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There are some traditions we follow that seem to have always been in existence and we never question. The wedding garter is one of these and given the number of tartan garters we sell each year it is definitely a popular tradition. We decided to explore the theories behind the origins of this age old […]

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Our How to Tie your Tartan Tie blog post series aims to give you useful hints and tips to show your tartan tie off to it’s full potential! This week we discuss The Oriental Knot. Extremely popular in China, the Oriental Knot is one of the easiest to learn to tie.  The Oriental Knot The Oriental […]

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We have always been big fans of Kate Middleton’s style and even named our Kate Coat after her. Last week Kate visited Edinburgh wearing a gorgeous kilted skirt from LeKilt in the Shepherd tartan teamed with a stylish black polo neck and black pumps. Simple style creating that very elegant look that the Duchess of Cambridge […]

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Tuesday 8th March is International Women’s Day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. Seems like a good excuse to tell you a little more about me, Anna White, owner and founder of ScotlandShop and a few of the inspirational women I have met along the way. Borders born and bred I […]

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