5 Reasons to Buy a Kilt Online
Posted on May 29 2019
Sure, we're probably biased, but we think buying your kilt online is the best thing since Scotch whisky.
Kilt Society™ might not be your average kilt shop - there's no bricks and mortar, other than our Edinburgh warehouse and HQ - but that shouldn't stop you from having the best kilt buying experience possible.
Here's why you should buy your kilt online.
1. Zero pressure
By buying your kilt online, you can take the time to really absorb the options available. With no pushy salesman trying to upsell you or convince you of a certain (pricey, heavily accessorised) look, you can change your mind as many times as you want.
Sit back, relax (even grab a drink) and shop at your leisure.
2. The world is your oyster
You get to see your online kilt store's entire collection, not just what's on the shelves. Being able to see the full catalogue with up-to-date lead times for custom-made items means you know exactly what you're getting yourself into.
3. Read before you buy
We get it - when everyone's boasting about having the best kilt out there, it's hard to know who to trust. That's why we let our products speak for themselves. By buying online, you have access to hundreds of reviews from people who have already bought what you're looking for.
4. Measure yourself in the comfort of your home
Nobody really wants to leave the house just to have some stranger spend a good thirty minutes measuring your body from top to toe. Using our detailed online measuring guides, easily measure yourself, hand over your numbers, and we'll take care of the rest.
You can also order a measuring pack with tape measure, free of charge.
5. We're always open
No need to take an hour off work just to come pick out your kilt. Because we're online, you can place an order whenever, wherever you want (even at 3 am, mid-Netflix binge).
I guess what we're saying is... why wouldn't you buy your kilt online?
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