Summer.

Discussion of fashion elements and looks that are traditionally considered somewhat "femme" but are presented in a masculine context. This is NOT about transvestism or crossdressing.
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Re: Summer.

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I wear skirts year around no matter what the temperature is.. I also wear dresses mostly in the summer as they are light weight material. :kiltdance:
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How cold is it in winter?
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skirtyscot wrote:How cold is it in winter?
It can get down to 0-degrees F. :santa:
But the average is about 25 to 30 degrees F. :bigsmurf:
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Chilly enough. Factor 100 tights?
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skirtyscot wrote:Chilly enough. Factor 100 tights?
I don't wear tights even in winter. The closest I come is knee-high support hose and that is only when I fly or am driving long distances.
With my body shape It is hard to keep tights from rolling up at the waist and that gets to be very painful. :lol:
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Nor do I. The photo I posted in the PennDoT thread was taken on a 35 degree F afternoon. Chest was a bit cool, but the rest was quite warm. Layered a pair of kilt socks with a pair of cashmere wool knee-high socks over them.

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