Skirt Cafe is an on-line community dedicated to exploring, promoting and advocating skirts and kilts as a fashion choice for men, formerly known as men in skirts. We do this in the context of men's fashion freedom --- an expansion of choices beyond those commonly available for men to include kilts, skirts and other garments. We recognize a diversity of styles our members feel comfortable wearing, and do not exclude any potential choices. Continuing dialog on gender is encouraged in the context of fashion freedom for men. See here for more details.
I'm fascinated at your choice of nom-de-plume. Anything to do with Welsh dragons?
Anyway, Welcome and as one who travels through Wales regularly I'd like to know where you are, roughly. You see, we have near-total control over your weather
At age 43 and with the wifey on board you're set fair for a long innings wearing kilts &c.
Alas I'm a whole generation ahead of you.
Ray wrote:Welcome, fellow celt. It sounds as if you are well on the way to fashion freedom.
I've worn my grey (non tartan) kilt in North Wales - it was very well received.
Look forward to your contributions and thoughts on this wonderful journey we are all on.
dracoignis wrote:Dracoignis is about my Welsh heritage and Latin schooling, Dragons Fire.
crfriend wrote:dracoignis wrote:Dracoignis is about my Welsh heritage and Latin schooling, Dragons Fire.
Hmmm... I figured that just about everybody would get that. Well done.
Greetings, Dracoignis. Which company did you buy your utility kilt from? If you haven't done so, you may be interested in checking out the link for Union Kilts.dracoignis wrote:Hi fellow men in skirts
About 5 years ago I bought my first utility kilt before going on one of our many trips to India. ed wife who agrees that you should be free to wear what you like. Tear down the boundaries in fashion!
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