A kilt pin is a decorative, functional accessory worn on the front apron of a kilt. While not essential for securing the kilt (as it is typically held in place by straps and buckles), adds a touch of flair to the overall Highland dress and serves both aesthetic and practical purposes.

it’s important to ensure that it is attached securely without damaging the fabric of the kilt. The pin is positioned with the decorative elements facing outward, adding to the visual appeal of the overall Highland dress.

Material: commonly made from various metals, including silver, pewter, brass, or stainless steel. The choice of material often depends on personal preference, style, and budget.

Occasions: commonly worn for both formal and casual occasions. They are often chosen to complement the overall style of the kilt outfit and can be matched with other accessories like sporran chains or belt buckles.