Strange and unusual skirts

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Strange and unusual skirts

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I am creating this post so that we can post pictures and links of strange and unusual skirts.

https://www.modaoperandi.com/alexander- ... 20boutique

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Awful. I can't see it selling well. What's the point?
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new2skirts wrote:
Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:45 pm
Awful. I can't see it selling well. What's the point?
Sometimes I think fashion aims for just a shock factor.

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Freedomforall wrote:
Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:48 pm
new2skirts wrote:
Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:45 pm
Awful. I can't see it selling well. What's the point?
Sometimes I think fashion aims for just a shock factor.
....after you recover from the shock of the price :shock: even the pencil skirts have such high slits I felt uncomfortable even looking at them. Only a real exhibitionist would wear this stuff, if tuey have £££s to waste :|
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....after you recover from the shock of the price :shock: even the pencil skirts have such high slits I felt uncomfortable even looking at them. Only a real exhibitionist would wear this stuff, if tuey have £££s to waste :|
Good point. I think they want to shock you on multiple levels. First is the whole design of the piece and then they get you with the price.

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Not the most ridiculous thing I have seen, just another version of a cheongsam.

This sort of "fashion" is often just trying to be as different as possible, the ones trying to launch a range of "men's skirts" are often worse.

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It's not strange, it's different, and that's the point. I bet it would look good on a thin leggy young woman on a fairly smart night out.

£505 plus VAT (of £101)? Well, it makes it that much less likely that anybody else turns up in the same skirt, doesn't it?
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Looks like something that got caught in a taxi door when it drove off.
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denimini wrote:
Thu Mar 05, 2020 5:50 am
Looks like something that got caught in a taxi door when it drove off.
I like your description!

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denimini wrote:
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Someone's first attempt at sewing using whatever rags were handy?

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I don't mind this one although vegans wouldn't like it. My size too. Looks like Guinea Fowl feathers ............ so the skirt maker probably ate it.
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denimini wrote:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 12:07 pm
I don't mind this one although vegans wouldn't like it. My size too. Looks like Guinea Fowl feathers ............ so the skirt maker probably ate it.
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https://picclick.com.au/Mini-Skirt-Feat ... 46138.html
https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/uk/foo ... inea-fowl/
I think it is kind of neat! I am Vegetarin but not Vegan.
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Well, I think this one would be uncomfortable for sitting ........... unless adhering to the policy that one doesn't sit in a miniskirt.
It looks like the skirt has had a prolapse.
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All I can say is that only a woman would possible wear it. Us men have more sense. :D
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