Article in The Sunday Times

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STEVIE wrote:
Wed May 12, 2021 3:51 am
crfriend wrote:
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Denim <> male any longer.
Ahh, the ubiquitous denim.
In the years that I have been dropping by the cafe I have only added one denim skirt to my collection and even that was in the early days. It is fine to wear when I feel like it and in general terms I have no issues with denim as a fabric.
My own feeling is that denim does not make a skirt any more, or less, masculine than any other fabric.
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The skirts I wear most frequently are denim--blue, black, or khaki. It's not that I particularly prefer denim, but I am regularly doing dirty work that can be hard on clothing--construction, farming, and gardening. I also find it easier to have pockets in the traditional places for my knife, keys, and handkerchief--and often various tools. The sturdy fabric skirts with decent pockets that I find in a thrift store are usually denim.
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Yes denim is certainly a physical work material, like Jim, I find it associated with skirts that fit that criteria. If I am going out I rarely wear denim.
I wouldn't be prepared to pay a lot of money for a denim skirt.
Anthony, a denim miniskirt wearer in Outback Australia
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I am waring a 12" ice blue denim mini at the moment. It's one of my favourites both in terms of length and versatility. I can wear it with and without tights, with knee-length socks so can be semi-formal and completely informal. I wear it often. I have other denim skirts of other colours but this is the one I wear most often.
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Denim pencil skirts have been a staple for me when not at work in something more formal. The pockets are usually for show, but I like the material. The ruggedness appeals.

Out of all those looks, Mark wins by a mile in that news article :wink:
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