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Freedomforall
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Good evening cafe patrons!

I have a Style and Co. skirt. I tried it on and figured out that I do not like pencil skirts. The size is a 12 petite. I do not want money for the skirt. I want to give it to anyone that would like to have it. If anyone is interrested let me know.

DJ

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Hi DJ
That is a generous offer but alas, not for me.
However, a suggestion, Mods allowing?
Let it go to a promising newcomer who makes a case that he will make good use of it.
Any "distinguished" patrons need not apply.
Steve,

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Freedomforall wrote:Good evening cafe patrons!

I have a Style and Co. skirt. I tried it on and figured out that I do not like pencil skirts. The size is a 12 petite. I do not want money for the skirt. I want to give it to anyone that would like to have it. If anyone is interrested let me know.

DJ

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sIOB_PuUrG
Style & Co is a trade name associated with Macys
Confirming it looks like a PENCIL denim skirt - the hem line does not have that open "A" line airiness -
and those small pockets - well lets not go back into a discussion about that !
Yes it is a SKIRT
Yes it is made of denim material
and YES you can wear it - it is a skirt after all and that is what this is all about !
"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
WHY ?
Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !

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Freedomforall wrote:Good evening cafe patrons!

I have a Style and Co. skirt. I tried it on and figured out that I do not like pencil skirts. The size is a 12 petite. I do not want money for the skirt. I want to give it to anyone that would like to have it. If anyone is interrested let me know.

DJ

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sIOB_PuUrG
A worthy offer to anyone who is interested....Well done Freedomforall......It is worth noting that men can buy skirts and then deciede
that they do not wish to wear them....wearing a chosen skirt is a very personal thing....
I personally have a preference for wearing a different skirt every day...and only wear one particular skirt once a week or once a month.

It is no wonder there are so many new skirts in charity shops which end up as land fill.....

Come on gentlemen, I am sure one of us will be greatfull for Freedom's generous offer

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A line skirts are my desired style. I like flowy and long ones as well. I am still working out my exact syle with tops but these types are my favorite skirts.

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Indeed... a very generous offer, but alas, pencil skirts aren't my bag.
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count me out I don't do pencil skirts

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Remind us roughly where you are. It will affect the size of the skirt and the cost of posting it.
Keep on skirting,

Alastair

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skirtyscot wrote:Remind us roughly where you are. It will affect the size of the skirt and the cost of posting it.
I am in Tennessee.

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FFA,

Davey Crockett country, eh! Well, that sure is a long way from me. US size 12 would theoretically be OK for me, but alas I just don't do pencils. I like a but of A-line swing at the very least and preferably a pleat or two. Sorry.
I once had a 'swallowtail', which is a pencil but with a flare of pleats at the bottom rear which allowed the wearer (me) to actually walk in it, but it is long gone.

Tom
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That would be an awesome goal for me to work towards. I’m trying to lose weight. I don’t see it as an A-line though!
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Thank you for the photo of a swallow tail skirt, Tom ...That is a nice style of skirt for an older " Man in a Skirt "
I must admit I an getting older every day..........

I was recently wearing a straight tweed skirt with box pleats 4 inches high, hem just below the knee...........
no problems ,............ I did not even have the local dogs sniffing round me.....................Rod.........

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Hi DJ
I reckon that you should now start an auction, bidding from $20 perhaps? Shipping costs to be met by the buyer.
You could also just donate it to a local goodwill store.
Have a look round and you might find a suitable replacement.
Consider it a swap in a good cause.
Steve.

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Wouldn't it be handy if there was a website already set up for doing that?
Keep on skirting,

Alastair

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Ha Ha
I showed my age with that last post did I not?
eee bae goom !
The goodwill message still stands,
Steve.

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