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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My GF says the skirt is slimming on me.
I LOVE it.
I would totally wear this out somewhere.
Its hard finding skirts in my size that are somewhat manly.
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Long skirts can be quite slimming -- something which some of the gals might want to take notice of.
So yes, that one will work well on your frame. Congratulations for "getting over the hump".
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Big and Bashful
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I have bought a lot of skirts from Style J Fashion, (https://www.stylejfashion.com/
) Differing lengths, mostly denim but also khaki and other lighter fabrics, catering for monsters like me, all really well made, with the fly zipping on the traditional mans side. The skirts I have bought from them (apart from one) all have really useful pockets as well. Not the cheapest and having to import them from the US of A to the U of K adds to the price, however, even going back many years now to the first one I bought, all have stayed looking really good and are showing no sign of wearing out. Oh yes, forgot to mention, their sizing is spot on.
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I have a few long skirts that I wear all winter,
never had a prob with anyone that has seen me wearing
No one mess's with a big guy in kilt
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Did an inventory and my skirts seem to fall into either the knit black maxi category or jeans skirts like this. I love them!