Would You Wear This?

General discussion of skirt and kilt-based fashion for men, and stuff that goes with skirts and kilts.
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skirtyscot wrote:t's great! Really comfortable, in a soft lightweight material which doesn't get all creased in your luggage
Why not tell M&S? Write a review of your own. Let them see that these can be regarded as unisex.

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In the interests of the Year of the Dress I bought the plain grey one this morning.
I haven't even tried it on yet but pics will follow in due course.
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A T-shirt? No thanks.

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For those who have bought garments online, don't forget to post your own review. Show firms like Marks and Spender that they have a market of male customers if they would only market some of their garments as unisex, and show other men that these items are perfectly suitable for them, too, and regular guys like us are wearing them.

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Yes I would wear that !
Its a dress - what makes them so convenient is its a simple one stop shop.

mens clothes miss this opportunity.
thats why I really like the simplicity of a dress - and the shape can be very flattering too!

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If a polo shirt dress rather like this tee shirt dress it might work. Just the little difference to transform it from night wear association to daywear.

Like this one:

https://www.ruckfield.com/en/robe-polo-women.html

Or this Fred Perry belted shirt dress

https://www.asos.com/fred-perry/fred-pe ... w&istBid=t
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There ARE viable alternatives to trousers.

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yes, those are 2 great options.
Casual looks to so they would work with a sneaker, or a wedge pump perhaps?

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Yes and here is the evidence. Cool, comfortable and no great reaction from anyone around town this morning.
The photo was taken by a member of Starbuck's staff as I really don't like selfies.
That's another tick for the Year of the Dress.
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STEVIE wrote:Yes and here is the evidence. Cool, comfortable and no great reaction from anyone around town this morning.
The photo was taken by a member of Starbuck's staff as I really don't like selfies.
That's another tick for the Year of the Dress.
Steve.
Dresses like that on Sunday morning; the keychain is the give away that you aren't an evangelist.

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Considering the numer of threads on dresses now, wouldn't it be better to have a separate chapter for dresses/gowns?

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Well done, Stevie! You look rather like an aging hippie (which I suppose most of them are these days). It's the Jesus boots that do that. You also look ever so comfortable and contented.
Keep on skirting,

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Mine first saw the light of day on holiday. Here's a snap taken at home.
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Nah. Not my style. If I was to wear a dress, I would wear a skater dress.

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skirtyscot wrote:Mine first saw the light of day on holiday. Here's a snap taken at home.
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I like that and it looks very good on you.

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STEVIE wrote:Yes and here is the evidence. Cool, comfortable and no great reaction from anyone around town this morning.
The photo was taken by a member of Starbuck's staff as I really don't like selfies.
That's another tick for the Year of the Dress.
Steve.
Stevie you wear that very well. You look royal in it!

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