men in a skirt or dress

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Gusto10
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men in a skirt or dress

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The fashion runway has always been about extremes to make an outrageous statement for attention rather than things ordinary people would actually wear. Wake me up when there's an article about men who are non-celebrity, non-models wearing skirts and dresses out in the real world (there have been a few articles like that, but this isn't one of them).
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Quite a few look like ordinary people out in the street, not models.
Keep on skirting,

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skirtyscot wrote:
Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:03 am
Quite a few look like ordinary people out in the street, not models.
Gods, no 11, the "professorial" looks around my vintage.
Our street styles have a wee similarity too and I'm not a model/celeb/singer/dancer Etc.
Ralph wrote:
Mon Dec 23, 2019 5:36 am
The fashion runway has always been about extremes to make an outrageous statement for attention rather than things ordinary people would actually wear. Wake me up when there's an article about men who are non-celebrity, non-models wearing skirts and dresses out in the real world (there have been a few articles like that, but this isn't one of them).
Worth remembering that to a lot of the "ordinary folks", WE are the outrageous attention seekers.
The world would not be the same without some peacocks and we have our own in the Café anyway.

Steve.
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