Incerun Dress

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Big and Bashful wrote:
Mon May 02, 2022 9:04 am
moonshadow wrote:
Mon May 02, 2022 2:58 am
An entire website devoted to femme style for guys?? And at an affordable price???

What witchcraft is this?? :wink:

There's some good looking stuff in there.
Agreed, I have a dress on order and like most of what I see, I will let you know about the quality of the dress when it arrives (He says while trying to stop thinking about carbs avoidance with a freezer and kitchen full of stuff I thought was healthy!)
Cool! I await your review... I myself am just a little bit interested...
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I too ordered this dress last night, will provide feedback upon its arrival.
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Next time you're in Costco, take a look at their 32 Degrees soft-lux dress.
The only dress I've ever bought. I think I paid $11.99.
Neat, understated, black, t-shirt top, knee length, elastic drawstring waist.
It has pockets. They call it a dress; for me it's a tunic.
https://www.costco.com/32-degrees-ladie ... =pg:2/ct:r
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Thinking about ways to complete the outfit.

Button garment all the way to the top. Add a tie and a short jacket.
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Bertino56 wrote:
Sat May 07, 2022 5:19 pm
Next time you're in Costco, take a look at their 32 Degrees soft-lux dress.
The only dress I've ever bought. I think I paid $11.99.
Neat, understated, black, t-shirt top, knee length, elastic drawstring waist.
It has pockets. They call it a dress; for me it's a tunic.
https://www.costco.com/32-degrees-ladie ... =pg:2/ct:r
Ah ha the proverbial little black dress - suitable for most all occasions !
Note it is not one size fits all - but if toooo small could be a pencil skirt cocoon
or toooo big and a tent for Omar - fortunately there is a degree of stretch !
"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
WHY ?
Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !
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Take off the sleeves and it becomes the lbd that I've been wearing around the house lately, even down to the elastication around the waist.
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Dust wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:45 am
Interesting site. Never seen it before. If the size charts are accurate, it's actual American sizes. I'm assuming it's all shipped from Asia, though? Cheap cloth isn't surprising, but always something to watch out for. MB, is this the skirt you tried, by chance?

https://www.incerunmen.com/collections/ ... 2774883548
I have one of those, but I haven't quite made up my mind about it. It's a bit longer (two or three inches below the knee) than my normal preference and it fits rather oddly.
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Myopic Bookworm wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 10:14 pm
That is the first dress I've seen designed for men (other than high-fashion catwalk stuff), and it is in a style that appeals to me.

I'm not sure how it is going to look or feel in motion. I think I shall have to buy one to find out!
It arrived. First impression is favourable, though after being squished in a bag for transport I think it needs ironing. It is a length I have no experience with (just below the knee, but not as long as mid-calf), and I have not yet worked out what footwear could possibly go with it. (I am also unused to completely sleeveless garments, so that will require some adaptation.)
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Great to hear. Shipping status on mine still shows”awaiting item”, since May 7th
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A couple of pics posted on my "Fashion Experiments" thread.

I'll dig out a pic of the Incerun black skirt too...
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Mine arrived today, pretty happy with the sizing, it might have been a bit tight but since I have lost so much weight due to things it fits pretty well. Well creased, could do with ironing, but then again so could the dress!
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