Skirt Brand Names

General discussion of skirt and kilt-based fashion for men, and stuff that goes with skirts and kilts.
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I quite like Jaeger. They make simple garments, but high quality and last for ages if you look after them. But they are presently fighting for survival because of the pandemic.
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Sweet Vengeance
Love the name
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I don't mind wearing a Princess Polly skirt .............. but Nude Lucy ?
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Anthony,

I couldn't care less about many skirt brand names, but that one looks like a very sensible skirt especially for our climate.
Very wearable.
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6ft3Aussie wrote:
Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:38 am
Anthony,

I couldn't care less about many skirt brand names, but that one looks like a very sensible skirt especially for our climate.
Very wearable.
I just don't like the "V" insert at the hem; always looks like it was converted from pants or a pants pattern.
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Yeah, I see where you are coming from. Still a presentable skirt.
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thats a nice skirt (the Nude Lucy)
Practical length and the nude colour is verasatile.
I'm in agreement on the V insert in the front hemline - I prefer the straight lines without the insert
I wonder is it lined - I prefer to wear lined skirts
And to be picky (cause I can be) I prefer a finished hem - not the raw hem which seems to be trendy a bit at the moment.

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I doubt that sort of skirt would be lined. I used to think raw hems were a good candidate for doing building work but discovered that they end up tearing there without a folded and seamed edge - also the raw edge adds to the cutoff pants look.
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A good name for a man's skirt?
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denimini wrote:
Thu Dec 24, 2020 11:36 am
6ft3Aussie wrote:
Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:38 am
Anthony,

I couldn't care less about many skirt brand names, but that one looks like a very sensible skirt especially for our climate.
Very wearable.
I just don't like the "V" insert at the hem; always looks like it was converted from pants or a pants pattern.
Is the Y a tromp l’oeil? Maybe the intent is to make it look more like shorts?
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Vige wrote:
Wed Jan 13, 2021 2:55 am
Is the Y a tromp l’oeil? Maybe the intent is to make it look more like shorts?
That was my assumption too. Making it resemble shorts would enable you to get away with a very short length more easily. Trompe l'œil is a favourite technique among fashion designers, as you can see from those red-carpet dresses at film premieres. Is there a V at the back also?
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Strange brand name. Life with Bird
Plain but has plenty a flare and nice thick wool tweed for winter - although still months away for me.
Size 0 sounds like it would be small as I have not heard of minus sizes.
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denimini wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 5:02 am

Size 0 sounds like it would be small as I have not heard of minus sizes.
Then in the description, it says size 6 to small 8. Need to ask the actual waist size if you have any interest. Some 6s and 8s fit my 30-31 inch waist, but "may not post to the United States".
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I thought it was a spelling mistake Cheep Tartan Pleat Skirt ............ until I saw the logo.
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It'd suit one of Uncle Al's little chicks, Hence 'Cheep'

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