feeling the breeze

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Gusto10
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When surfing about I ran into this article. I guess it might give hope:

https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/skirts-for-men
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Well, mostly wearable so I give 2.5 out of 5. The sort of shirt dress was fine apart from the collar. Something a bit more traditional would have been better. And what's he got on his face? Is it hair and beads? Don't know what all that is about. But in all, progress toward normality and wearable.
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Of course, nobody will go out and buy one. But it's good anyway, a step in the right direction.
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Keep on skirting,

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I really don't think that the Tom-catwalk will be the catalyst for men wearing skirts. Personally, if I hadn't tried wearing skirts that stuff would have put me off, thinking I wouldn't want to be associated with that $#!+.
I think the thread title would do more for it - it did for me.
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It is hard to cater for The Men in Skirts as each wears his own style of clothes.....
Perhaps there will never be a uniformity in Men in Skirts Fashions in our lifetimes...........................

My comment is ......................Carry on Skirting......Skirting is the Issue.............................L.O.L.
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weeladdie18 wrote: Perhaps there will never be a uniformity in Men in Skirts Fashions in our lifetimes...........................
I certainly hope there is no uniformity ........ or fashion. It would take away a lot of fun.
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weeladdie18 wrote:
Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:22 am
It is hard to cater for The Men in Skirts as each wears his own style of clothes.....
Perhaps there will never be a uniformity in Men in Skirts Fashions in our lifetimes...........................

My comment is ......................Carry on Skirting......Skirting is the Issue.............................L.O.L.
And such whilst the designers skirt the issue
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