World’s most expensive tartan to alter the haute couture trend
In the past, we have featured the most expensive Abaya, the diamond studded jeans and also the world’s most expensive Dirndl dress. The glamor aspect of these garments was boosted by splattering diamonds and Swarovskis all over them. Breaking that dazzling trend yet retaining the tag of being the most expensive, here is the world’s most expensive tartan. Suggesting the fact that it isn’t necessary to elevate the luxury bar with precious metals and dazzling rocks, this tartan is woven from pure Mongolian cashmere. Primed to commemorate the 172 anniversary of Holland and Sherry in Peebles, this iconic tartan will be used to give shape to a kilt worth £5,000 (about $9,000).
Inspired by the pristine beauty of the Tweed Valley, the blue color from this fabric stands for river, the green for the pine trees while the red shade implies the setting sun. Wow, I never realized that such a multi-colored checkered fabric could boast of shades motivated by our environment! I have always fallen for such alternating-colored-bands styled fabrics and never fail to don such prints. However this kinda most expensive tartan has certainly helped me modify my perception of its luxurious value.