Kilts can be stored in either the “hanging” position in a closet or a “flat” position in a drawer. To avoid splayed pleats, the kilt should be put flat or on a four-clip hanger for extended periods of time. Kilts can be hung in the closet with other clothing, although you might wish to invest in a garment bag to keep moths away.
Please keep in mind that you should not keep your wool kilt in a plastic bag for long periods of time. Wool is a natural fabric that must be allowed to “breathe”; otherwise, the material would grow brittle over time. Instead, in a cloth garment bag, store your kilt. If none are available, make a hole in the top of an old cotton pillowcase to allow the hangers to pass through. You may use the pillowcase as a makeshift clothes bag by slipping it over your kilt.
It may be simpler to hang the kilt on two hooks if you have two “skirt hangers.” Fold the dress in thirds the same way you would if you were putting it on. Clip the front of the skirt using one skirt hanger. Clip the front apron and the under apron together using one skirt hanger. Clip the pleated area of the dress with the second skirt hanger. In your closet, hang two hangers together.