Colourful skirts

General discussion of skirt and kilt-based fashion for men, and stuff that goes with skirts and kilts.
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Re: Colourful skirts

Post by steamman »

To answer your question, its a very simple style, just an A line skirt and the same length front and back. Worn with heels, it's gorgeous, I love it!
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Re: Colourful skirts

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Spirou003 wrote:
Mon Jul 13, 2020 6:07 pm
By seeing your pics the effect you describe seems lightweight, maybe it is more visible when looking physically at the skirt?
It was very difficult to photograph in a way that conveyed the impression it gives.  Imagine a grey skirt in blue light but with a red spotlight shining across it so that the edges of the folds appear red.  From one direction it appears reddish-brown and from another it appears dark blueish.
Anyway, it seems to be a very pleasant skirt to wear and very confortable. If you did it yourself, congratulations, it looks nice ;)
It is a heavy dense material, best suited to Winter; I made it very long and full, with room for a long underskirt to trap lots of warmth.
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Re: Colourful skirts

Post by e2k2houck »

I have just got this from Lightheart gear. I love the colors. I have a couple more colorful skirts on the way. I'll post them when they come in
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Re: Colourful skirts

Post by Freedomforall »

Very nice. You look so natural.
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Re: Colourful skirts

Post by Fred in Skirts »

Like the skirt!! It is not too feminine. But sure stands out.
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