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Planning a Wedding: Fancy your man dressed in something different for your wedding - a Kilt could be the answer.
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Nessa Wrafter: Well now we’ve got something for the lady who likes his man in a skirt. But don’t worry it’s nothing kinky. We’re here to talk about kilts with the gorgeous Andy. He’s wearing one himself. Hi!
Andy: Hi! How are you doing?
Nessa: Welcome, thank you very much. I believe kilts are about to get very sexy because I’m looking around me and there are pictures of absolutely gorgeous men wearing them everywhere, and we got you in one.
Andy: Of course, of course. Yes kilts are good, a bit of a nuisance, I think that more than fabrics, and of course people be a little bit more extrovert I think also we just want to wear something as light, fresh and you know, traditional as well.
Nessa: So by the signs of things, kilts don’t always have to be heavy wooled and wintery clothes, they can be anything you want really.
Andy: People these days are choosing a full range of cloths, and that can be some things that are pin stripes, raffia, actually different kinds of materials. There are browns, reds, and so on and so forth, also skin hinds. And then there’s camouflage. And these are a fun kilt. All sorts of things going on there.
Nessa: This if for the street wise.
Andy: This is for the street wise, yes, for the street. This is where kids can’t stop digging at these days.
Nessa: Is this where we’re going to see the teenagers in Glasgow and Amro are wearing.
Andy: Yes, definitely, definitely. And then of course, you know, if Levi’s can make a damn pair of jeans, well, we can make a damn kilt. And you know it’s coming in multitude of colors, finishes and if you want something brighter, we could do some pink there. Very outrageous but here, if you want it, we can make it.
Nessa: Absolutely, that’s amazing. And I believe because I’ve noticed you’ve got the Irish tart here, you’re obviously very interested in. But is it always Irish and Scottish people?
Andy: We do indeed yes. It’s not always Irish and Scottish people, you’ll find that some other people have Scottish Wallace, but perhaps been bought by English buff. So this still have Scottish Ancestrian and so on and so forth. Americans buy from us, New Zealanders and Australians. World over in fact, and I think, you know, this day and age you know King Tartans, do not have clan relationships, two people so there’s a number of tartans that people can wear, un-Scottish, un-kiltic, un-Irish. If you want to wear a kilt and you want to wear something that we can provide, we’re the guys to do it.
Nessa: So, where can we go to find the quilts?
Andy: We are based in Amro. We have stores in Brussels more than two. And we also come to London every month. So all you got to do is give us a call, look us up in the website, and we’ll be delighted to help you out.
Nessa: Oh, burning! So do you sell out of any stores in London or in the country?
Andy: No. In London, we come to London every month we have people who have suites in a hotel at Hyde Park and say our business, our You Tube, and then we invite the customers to come along and we measure them up and we just sell and just have a good old time.
Nessa: That sounds amazing and how long have you been doing that for?
Andy: Probably about 4th to 5th year now, I think if I remember rightly doing that and it’s going very well at first and well we continued.
Nessa: Absolutely. Well, good luck. And thank you very much for joining us. It’s been a pleasure to meet you.
Andy: Thank you very much, it’s fun for me. Thank you.