Daiglen of Scotland nestles at the foot of the Ochil Hills in the quiet village of Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire.
The very heart of Scotland.

Daiglen Our Story 1

The two-storey building was originally built in 1846 and was the dwelling house of Mr Archibald of Archibald Mills, the then-owner of Tillicoultry Woollen Mill. The association with Textiles and textile manufacture has persisted to this day. 

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Daiglen supports both domestic and international markets, offering a touch of Scotland with its range of traditional hand-made kilts The Pride of Scotland collection complements and adds to the offering, including various Highlandwear jacket styles, highlandwear accessories, and Scottish giftware. 

Daiglen Our Story 2

The Pride of Scotland range was created to meet demand around the world In particular for those individuals who did not have by surname, or geographical location, a direct association with a tartan they could call their own.​ The Pride of Scotland Tartans became the perfect choice for all individuals wanting to associate with Scotland and all things Scottish. 

Daiglen Our Story Jackets

Our collection includes Jackets & Waistcoats, ideal for any contemporary or traditional look or occasion, including Crail & Argyll, Prince Charlie, Edwardian and Contemporary styles. A Range of complementary accessories completes the collection.

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