FeilidhMhor (Philamore/Filamor) or big kilt
(great kilt) is a modern version. The pleating,
slightly wider than on the standard kilt is sewn and
lined giving a finish like the standard kilts. The
plaid and kilt are all in one piece. In wet or
showery weather the plaid may be worn up over the
head and draped over the upper torso to protect the
wearer from the rain and to keep the upper body
warmer. In warm weather the plaid can be left to hang
down from the waist. The kilt shown is in the
MacDonald of the Isles Hunting tartan.
The FeilidhBeag (Philabee/Filabee) or small kilt
is the standard kilt style. The one being worn is in
the Anderson tartan and the one hanging with the
sporran examples is the Black Watch tartan.