Out and About -- In the World at Large

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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Grok » Fri Aug 24, 2018 6:36 pm

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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby denimini » Sat Aug 25, 2018 1:31 pm

Grok wrote:Mr. Kirt

https://mrkirt.eu/

Is that a bad case of nominative determinism? Regardless, he should have used his wife's name for his business.
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby skirtyscot » Thu Aug 30, 2018 10:55 pm

Skirt in Italy, done that, no problems.
Keep on skirting,

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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby SkirtRevolution » Fri Aug 31, 2018 8:58 am

These Mr Kirt skirts look great and very wearable. They also look great as a option for men in the office, yet still looking masculine.
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby kilty » Sun Sep 09, 2018 6:46 pm

SkirtRevolution wrote:These Mr Kirt skirts look great and very wearable. They also look great as a option for men in the office, yet still looking masculine.

They do look good, but I can buy a regular skirt for a fraction of the price! Just bought one for 99p on eBay, if "masculine" is needed to make it sell, fair enough but the mechanics of the garment stays the same. Still, it's nice to see the models proud
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Of what they are wearing. The pockets are a nice touch, but the price tag is venturing into designer clothing territory :shock: (yes I get the irony that Mr Kirt is a designer too, but it won't convince the average guy to buy at these prices :roll: )

The combination of clothes is spot on, with the skirt taking place of trousers, with boots and chunky socks. I would like to see them really succeed, recently I habe noticed more unbifurcated clothes worn by men, aside from more Muslim boys choosing to wear their traditional robes, more kilts are being seen on my travels (not just me looking in a mirror which makes a change :D ) even with UK TV's Celebrity Big Brother Kilt wearing Sikh, no one was fazed by his attire. Go out and wear your skirts and kilts, but these guys are a good template on how to dress :wink: 8)
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Caultron » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:22 am

kilty wrote:...They do look good, but I can buy a regular skirt for a fraction of the price!...

Agreed, but if paying several times more for a size tag scaled in men's measurements than women's gets someone started, I guess I don't mind.
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby andrewsh » Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:29 am

kilty wrote:They do look good, but I can buy a regular skirt for a fraction of the price! Just bought one for 99p on eBay…


Please share links :)
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby kilty » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:16 pm

andrewsh wrote:
kilty wrote:They do look good, but I can buy a regular skirt for a fraction of the price! Just bought one for 99p on eBay…


Please share links :)



ebay.co.uk or ebay.com :wink:

99p plus £3 postage - either look at bids where the fish aren't biting - (everyone has a black office skirt so not sought after, plus it's from Primark) :mrgreen:
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby mskirt » Fri Sep 14, 2018 6:15 am

This is my first major outing we checked into the hotel in Santa Fe New Mexico I’m wearing UTkilt knee length. I had to have a couple drinks first I wife is wearing a dress we caught an Uber to the local casino and I have been walking around and now planted at the bar for a couple of hours. I’ve had many looks. I still feel a lil nervous my wife is very supporting and I’m hacinv so much fun!!! This is who I am. Tommorow it’s a blue Jean knee length or a Corduroy skirt But without the “ liquid courage “ we will see.. lol wish me luck!
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Fred in Skirts » Fri Sep 14, 2018 1:09 pm

mskirt wrote:This is my first major outing we checked into the hotel in Santa Fe New Mexico I’m wearing UTkilt knee length. I had to have a couple drinks first I wife is wearing a dress we caught an Uber to the local casino and I have been walking around and now planted at the bar for a couple of hours. I’ve had many looks. I still feel a lil nervous my wife is very supporting and I’m hacinv so much fun!!! This is who I am. Tommorow it’s a blue Jean knee length or a Corduroy skirt But without the “ liquid courage “ we will see.. lol wish me luck!

The liquid courage does not help as it wears off and will leave you with a headache. :lol:
Real courage will stand the test of time and will not leave you with a headache. :roll:
So heres wishing you real luck with the skirt and at the tables....
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby kilty » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:13 pm

mskirt wrote:This is my first major outing we checked into the hotel in Santa Fe New Mexico I’m wearing UTkilt knee length. I had to have a couple drinks first I wife is wearing a dress we caught an Uber to the local casino and I have been walking around and now planted at the bar for a couple of hours. I’ve had many looks. I still feel a lil nervous my wife is very supporting and I’m hacinv so much fun!!! This is who I am. Tommorow it’s a blue Jean knee length or a Corduroy skirt But without the “ liquid courage “ we will see.. lol wish me luck!


Well done! Jeans skirt will go without issue... post a pic of it if you can... "Invisible Denim" is a joy to wear :mrgreen:
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Happy-N-Skirts » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:59 pm

My wife and I were on a trip last weekend, partly business, partly social, mostly fun. It was about a four hour drive each way and we stopped for lunch both ways and stayed in a hotel. I wore a skirt the entire time except for the meeting, which was on Saturday evening. I was very comfortable. We checked in and out of the hotel and loaded our luggage and had breakfast while wearing a skirt. It was a beige or khaki pull on elastic waist skirt above the knees.

We drove my wife’s birthday present, a Tesla Model 3, which required charging. The hotel had a charging station that we used at night. It will fully charge in about five hours. We stopped on the way home at a “Super Charger” which required 75 minutes. The charger was at an Outlet Mall, so we used the time to wander around the mall and have dinner. The mall was experiencing heavy pedestrian traffic and a nearly full restaurant. During the entire weekend at the hotel, including restaurants, and necessary stops, and while using the charging station, and wandering all through the outlet mall, not a single male was wearing a skirt. I was very self confident and enjoyed the walking in a skirt. I loved the feeling of freedom and the ventilation. No one noticed and I wouldn’t care if they did or not.
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Caultron » Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:06 pm

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:...The mall was experiencing heavy pedestrian traffic and a nearly full restaurant. During the entire weekend at the hotel, including restaurants, and necessary stops, and while using the charging station, and wandering all through the outlet mall, not a single male was wearing a skirt.

Well, yeah, that's par for the course.

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:I was very self confident and enjoyed the walking in a skirt. I loved the feeling of freedom and the ventilation. No one noticed and I wouldn’t care if they did or not.

Good for you! Self-confidence is the key.
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Daryl » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:13 am

Happy-N-Skirts wrote:We drove my wife’s birthday present, a Tesla Model 3


Oh heque, I'd dress like Rosanne Barr on the cover of the Feb. 1994 Vanity Fair if I had a Tesla to do it in...especially a convertible...
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Re: Out and About -- In the World at Large

Postby Sinned » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:45 pm

Oh, Daryl, what a picture that would be! [0] :shock:

[0] Make sure the gusset was wide enough. We have extra equipment there that women don't have!!!!
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