Normally we hear that the kilt is for men only; women wear kilted skirts, when in behind-pleated, wrap-over (tartan) things. At least this is a distinction Scotsmen seem to prefer. Well, on other languages than English a kilt has probably always been just a kilt, whoever gender were supposed to wear it.
Yesterday I on the internet found a new site, Le Kilt, belonging to a female Scottish kilt maker making kilts – for women.
Even if you are looking for KILTS you may nevertheless enjoy this site, due to its most elegant layout. And, by the way, the kilts themselves handmade in Scotland for women by Samantha McCouch and branded Le Kilt are looking absolutely gorgeous.