Guide to making an earasaid. Oh I must have one of these garments.
The earasaid is quite a beautiful garment that is not often spoken of alongside the favored kilt.
Windsor’s Scottish history gives a detailed explanation and what accessories would be worn in the 18th century.
Kandlwyck has a variety for sale and pictures to browse.
I would love to see Outlander fan women wearing the earasaid. The idea of women showing off their clan or Outlander tartans and representing in this way is a beautiful thought.
3 thoughts on “The Earasaid – Woman’s “kilt””
These are beautiful. Love the red tartan.
I attend Ren Faires regularly and wear my earasaid proudly. It is a beautiful piece and I love the versatility of the garment. I now love that Outlander will being many more fans of the traditional garb.
My absolute favorite garb as merchant Anne Browne with SCA. Bold, extremely versatile and most feminine! Thank you for displaying my photo!
(Nancy Parsons, proprietor, Kandlwyck Heirloom Clothiers)