mens london fashion week

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https://www.londonfashionweekmens.co.uk/Highlights

the art School of London has some interesting things. Have fun with it all.

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Too much to trawl through! Are there edited manskirty highlights anywhere?
Keep on skirting,

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skirtyscot wrote:Too much to trawl through! Are there edited manskirty highlights anywhere?
Many other sites will give only a selection and often enough, they skirt the issue on skirts for men. As indicated in the information provided on the artschool of London, they went beyond skirts and showed various dresses for men.

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Lots of skirts and dresses for men at LMFW 2020 I see which is good. The question is when it will start to filter down to the high street? I get the feeling it's going to take one or two big celebrities to help break the mould. Interestingly, there was an article in the Guardian the other day around high heels for men starting to be become fashionable, and saying that the appearance on a male dancer wearing stilettos in strictly come dancing last year helped enormously.

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steamman wrote:
Mon Jan 06, 2020 11:23 am
Lots of skirts and dresses for men at LMFW 2020 I see which is good. The question is when it will start to filter down to the high street? I get the feeling it's going to take one or two big celebrities to help break the mould. Interestingly, there was an article in the Guardian the other day around high heels for men starting to be become fashionable, and saying that the appearance on a male dancer wearing stilettos in strictly come dancing last year helped enormously.
They also have to be practical and well priced. This is where men's skirts go wrong - no one will pay £85 for a flimsy piece of material. This is why I just go for the more masculine cut jeans skirts or pencils for a fraction of the price across the aisle :eye:

A hot summer may bring more skirts out, if not kilts, it's all good 8)

Zander Xhou (?spelling) has some decent skirts, though not sure of price...
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Agree with you on denim skirts, I have a few denim maxis that I wear and are gorgeous. And they were cheap! The price levels for anything offered to men will need to drop to sane levels. However, the better option would be for all skirts to start being marketed as unisex, which of course is what they are already!

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steamman wrote:
Wed Jan 08, 2020 10:10 pm
Agree with you on denim skirts, I have a few denim maxis that I wear and are gorgeous. And they were cheap! The price levels for anything offered to men will need to drop to sane levels. However, the better option would be for all skirts to start being marketed as unisex, which of course is what they are already!
Saw this lovely Zara skirt for just £12.99 :shock:
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Here's the link
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Zara-Ladies- ... SwxcJdlyx7

I've bought too many skirts already since Christmas :oops: and have too many bills to pay. It's a 12, I don't know what your size is, I'm lucky to fluctuate between an 8 and 10 :mrgreen:

The Designer stuff will cost way too much, and look crazy, I just want something practical - denim is a go-to material, it's even formal enough for dress down Fridays at work :wink:
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That's a nice skirt! Too small for me, I wear a size 16.

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steamman wrote:
Thu Jan 09, 2020 9:18 pm
That's a nice skirt! Too small for me, I wear a size 16.
I saw this in a 16
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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Miss-Candyfl ... SwwqVcConN

Which might suit you. £30 is hardly breaking the bank, same price as a pair of trousers :lol:
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I wouldn't pay £30 for a pair of jeans or trousers either, never mind for a skirt. Where do you all get the money from, paying such prices?
I believe in offering every assistance short of actual help but then mainly just want to be left to be myself in all my difference and uniqueness.

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Sinned wrote:
Sat Jan 18, 2020 11:25 am
I wouldn't pay £30 for a pair of jeans or trousers either, never mind for a skirt. Where do you all get the money from, paying such prices?
It is all relative and a matter of ones own choice/budget.
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Maybe I'm just a tightwad living in prudent Yorkshire. Short arms, deep pockets.
I believe in offering every assistance short of actual help but then mainly just want to be left to be myself in all my difference and uniqueness.

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