There are officially three tartans that honour Elvis Presley. The Presley of Lonmay Tartan, in blue, grey, green and yellow, was designed in 2004 to mark the alleged roots of the Presley family in Lonmay in Aberdeenshire.
This was designed by kilt-maker Mike King, who also designed a tartan called Presley of Lonmay Modern in 2007.
The Scottish Register of Tartans, however, also lists the "Presley of Memphis" tartan, designed by Brian Wilton, which, it says, is based on the 'America' tartan in the colours of the US flag, but "discretely introduces Elvis Presley's favourite colour pink plus a gold band to represent his legendary number of Gold Discs".
Further technical details are that the white thread count is 42 which was Elvis's age when he died, while the eight narrow white threads represent the day of the month in which he was born and the eight blue threads represent the month of the year in which he died.