Some School girls were banned from wearing skirt hems more than four inches above the Knee.
I found a nice straight bottle green lightweight skirt in my collection . The skirt has a front zip fly and two trouser like pockets
Bit shorter than a Kilt with hem at three fingers above the top of the kneecap. Worn a couple of times with male shirt,
short Argyle Green Tweed Kilt Jacket , Drovers Soft Pouch Sporran on a Heavy Belt, white ankle socks and black shoes.
A sort of a Kilty look , but definitely not a Kilt..........If one has learnt how to sit down wearing the Kilt, this skirt is easy to wear.
There is enough freedom to sit down in a café with the legs apart and the sporran pushed down between the thighs.
When seated in this manner the garment looks like a pair of shorts.........My legs are well weathered and tanned and I have enough
confidence and experience to to dress in this style in the Celtic Lands. ...........weeladdie
It's a skort described as a skirt and has pants built in, just as well!
Right now our best roses are way above head height, so I installed a 'stairway to paradise' to get up at 'em.
The black slip-ons, btw are me-dancing shoes!