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There are really only a few things which will mark you out as a tourist, and which you should avoid wearing if you want to look like one. Kilts. Hardly anyone wears these for normal day to day activity. Prince Charles wears kilts regularly when in Scotland, which marks him out immediately as an English wannabe. Merry christmas Scotland flag tree poster.  I did once see someone wearing a mini-kilt a few years ago, during the Edinburgh Festival. Tartan neckties and trews (trousers) are another giveaway. Very few natives would wear either of these routinely. In fact, tartan clothing of any sort is relatively unusual. The type of full dress outfit shown below would only be worn for a wedding or full-dress ball. You would no more use this for everyday wear than you would a top hat and tails.

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Sweatshirts, hoodies or T-shirts emblazoned with the words Scotland, Edinburgh, Glasgow etc are strictly for tourists. Buy one to take home by all means, but natives don’t wear these things. Jimmy hats. No-one native would wear these things except as a joke or for a bet. Sometimes visiting groups of rugby fans will wear them – it’s a thing for rugby fans to sometimes adopt a ‘uniform’ when they are attending an away fixture. The ever-so-tasteful Jimmy hat. Available in a variety of garish checks and tartans! Weatherproof jackets such as those by Berghaus, Patagonia or North Face tend only to be worn by tourists. Merry christmas Scotland flag tree poster. Due to suitcase weight restrictions they can usually only bring one waterproof coat, so they tend to go for a fairly light all-weather one. In bad weather a native would generally wear a leather, wool or tweed coat of some sort, a raincoat, anorak, fleece or parka.

Merry christmas Scotland flag tree poster

Sunglasses. It’s fairly uncommon for the Sun in Scotland to be bright enough for sunglasses to be needed. It has been known to happen, and even I as a native Scot find them helpful sometimes, but wearing them all day every day will mark you out as an obvious tourist.

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