This is a set; the Baddie Vest and The Priest Collar by Kilt This. In our original design, these two items are only available from Kilt This. Shown here with gunmetal hiker buckles and leather straps.
The Priest Collar is an adapter that can be worn with our without the Baddie Vest. It's made with what we call a priest collar design. This adapter adds a layered leather look to the Baddie Vest or it can be worn by itself with any outfit, including motorcycle jackets and vests or cosplay costumes.
Kilts & Vest Sets
This design is an original creation by Kilt This. Each piece of the design is cut out from a full cowhide and each snap is set individually by the actual designers.The design is really one-size fits all however we do offer this design in a small, medium, large, and extra large for a better personal fit for any individual.
The priest collar is highlighted on one side to include the double cross stripes that are part of the Baddie Vest design. The default color is red thread stitching however, you can request any other color for your stripes. The upper body is lined black leather that hangs over the shoulders.
This is the Baddie Vest. Handcrafted from cowhide this lined vest gives you that tough leather look with sporty stripes. This vest is adjustable and can easily fit over a hoodie or jacket. The design is made to be worn right on your skin. The inside is lined with a wide weave fabric to allow your skin to breathe. Each leather stripe is hand cut and sewn by the designers individually for each item. Each snap and ring is set by hand. Made in our signature design this vest is made to be worn often and is durable to be worn in hot temperatures.
This set will set off any outfit! Send us a message if you would like more information.
The vest is adjustable by 5 inches in the chest and the waist (like the kilts).
- Chest - measure around the chest - around the back - under the arms.
Length - measure from the back of the neck to the bottom of your spine aka tailbone.
Shoulders - measure from end of shoulder to end of the opposite shoulder shoulder.
Waist - measure where you want the bottom strap will hold hour vest (usually just above the top of the kilt).