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A Scottish tartan of mostly gray, blue, brown or greenish casts, in which a group of stripes run vertically and horizontally to form a box-like pattern. The interior of a Glen plaid box is usually some manifestation of houndstooth. Glen Plaid originated in Invernessshire, Scotland, and is also referred to as Glen check and Prince of Wales check, named for King Edward VII, who established Glen plaid as the ideal sporting fabric for the Highland Countryside.