An Irish Traditional kilt is a type of kilt that is specific to Ireland and reflects the country's cultural heritage. It is typically made of lightweight materials like linen or cotton and often features unique designs and patterns inspired by Irish history and symbolism, such as Celtic knots, harps, and shamrocks. The Irish traditional kilt is an important part of Irish cultural dress and is worn for special events, festivals, and other celebrations of Irish heritage. The kilt symbolizes the pride and identity of the Irish people and serves as a celebration of their rich cultural heritage. Irish kilts, also known as "great kilts," are a type of traditional attire originating in Scotland and Ireland. They are made of a large piece of cloth, usually wool, that is pleated and wrapped around the waist, with one end thrown over the shoulder.