Tan Stewart Tartan Trouser

The name is found spelt two ways, Stewart or Stuart; the reason for this is in the French language there was no “w”. It is derived from the Old English word Steward, a person who tended domestic animals. In Scotland it is the term used to mean magistrate or person appointed by the King to administer lands hence a “stewartry”. It became a surname in the seventeenth century.

The Stewart Clan have several beautiful tartans.
The tartan we selected incorporates the iconic Stewart check, but with more subtle and muted tones, which results in a somewhat tweed like appearance.

These trousers are sold un-hemmed & with an inside leg of 36". We can alter these to your inside leg measure, prior to dispatch. To use this service please add a note on your order at the checkout.