Arisad

ARISAD (Airisard)
A long robe girdled round the waist, worn by women in Scotland about 1740. It was a white plaid, with a few small stripes of black, blue and red, and fastened beneath the breast with a chain-like belt of leather and silver.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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  • Airisard — ARISAD (Airisard) A long robe girdled round the waist, worn by women in Scotland about 1740. It was a white plaid, with a few small stripes of black, blue and red, and fastened beneath the breast with a chain like belt of leather and silver …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Highland dress — Traditional highland dress as worn by Duncan Campbell of Inverneill circa 1820. He is shown outfitted with a Capercaillie feathered Balmoral bonnet, belted Ancient Campbell Tartan plaid held with an amber Cairngorm gemstone brooch, dirk, sporran… …   Wikipedia

  • arisaid — noun ( s) Etymology: Scots, from earlier arisad, arrisat : a full robe or skirt of tartan gathered and girdled at the waist …   Useful english dictionary

  • arisard — † arisard Obs. Also arisad, airisad, sard. An ancient female costume; ‘a long robe or tunic girdled round the waist.’ See Planché Brit. Costume (1834) 344, (1847) 441 and Cycl. Costume (1876) 11 …   Useful english dictionary

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