Camouflage skirt

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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Bertino56 » Thu May 04, 2017 11:57 pm

Camouflage it isn't. But it is "military" so I maybe can sneak it into this thread.
This looks like a skirt I would gladly wear. The right length, pockets, belt
loops, etc., and I like the color.
http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/blue ... 0-4223-16/
However, I would not pay $123.00 (plus shipping from Japan) for it.
Also, it is shown on a slim Japanese model, so I don't know how the sizing
would fit my usual U.S. size 16-18. Nevertheless, I think it's a nice looking
skirt.
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby eightofnine » Tue May 23, 2017 3:20 pm

I've just bought this nice camo skirt from forever 21 .It's my favorite atm its very comfortable ans stretchy
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Mike » Tue May 23, 2017 8:10 pm

That's a great looking skirt Eight!
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Happy-N-Skirts » Wed May 24, 2017 2:32 am

I have three colors of camouflage skirts. All have been shortened to above the knees and resemble shorts. I wear skirts for walking, hiking, or driving. I have gray, khaki, denim, and camo. I prefer pockets and belt loops.

I wear skirts in stores, gas stations, AND restaurants. If I am going somewhere that I will be sitting, I carry a rolled up tee shirt and bring it into restaurants and place the tee shirt on my lap similar to a napkin. I am confident that I am not exposing too much. My skirts pull up awkwardly when getting in to and out of a car. I use the door as a screen and I wear black underwear in case I show too much, therefore black is less obvious. I have never had anyone say anything about what I am wearing. They apparently don't notice. I guess "attitude is everything." Be confident and act normal (whatever that is).
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Caultron » Wed May 24, 2017 3:15 am

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:...I wear skirts in stores, gas stations, AND restaurants. If I am going somewhere that I will be sitting, I carry a rolled up tee shirt and bring it into restaurants and place the tee shirt on my lap similar to a napkin. I am confident that I am not exposing too much. My skirts pull up awkwardly when getting in to and out of a car. I use the door as a screen and I wear black underwear in case I show too much, therefore black is less obvious. I have never had anyone say anything about what I am wearing. They apparently don't notice. I guess "attitude is everything." Be confident and act normal (whatever that is).

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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby denimini » Wed May 24, 2017 10:20 am

I too like khaki, army green or camo skirts. Sort of incongruous combinations in conventional terms (masculine colour and feminine garment) - but probably works for us in the eyes of conventional mentalities.

The camo of eightO's looks just right.
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby denimini » Wed May 24, 2017 10:23 am

Happy-N-Skirts wrote: I am confident that I am not exposing too much. My skirts pull up awkwardly when getting in to and out of a car. I use the door as a screen and I wear black underwear in case I show too much, therefore black is less obvious. I have never had anyone say anything about what I am wearing. They apparently don't notice. I guess "attitude is everything." Be confident and act normal (whatever that is).

I do a bit of stone masonry - maybe I will calve this into stone in my spare time.
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Bertino56 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:44 am

I found this digital pattern, an interesting variation on
camouflage, in what the supplier calls a unisex skirt.
http://www.katerno.com/detail/s/716445/p/GFKILTL/
Does anybody have more information on this supplier?
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Re: Camouflage skirt

Postby Happy-N-Skirts » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:23 am

I am a hiker and nature and wildlife photographer. I have two camouflage "hiking kilts" which are wrap around skirts at just above my knees. Two dress makers/designers are ReitaBraich@cox.net, and AthenaGarments@gmail.com. Be sure to see Athena's videos. Both dress makers are excellent. I wear my skirts in public at gas stations, trails, ranger stations, restaurants, stores. When planning to eat in a restaurant I always sit on a tee shirt in my truck and bring it in with me to cover my lap and knees. I have never had any comments as no one apparently has noticed in over five years of wearing a skirt at least one day a week. I am out in national and state parks, nature preserves, and wilderness areas. When getting in and out of my truck (also camouflage), I check behind me to prevent a wardrobe malfunction and block the front view with the door. I haven't flashed anyone yet. I photograph birds and animals, plants and landscapes. I don't need to tell anyone here how comfortable wearing skirts are for hiking. Unlimited stride and ventilation, freedom, comfort. My skirts are "masculine" and resemble shorts, are not as narrow as pencil skirts, or flare too much.
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