Skirt Brand Names

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Jim wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:54 pm

I'd cut a slit under the flap and add a pocket, I think.
There are pockets but accessed behind the top of the flap. Just takes a bit of getting used to.
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I am a bit tempted with this little number, despite the incongrous name of "Miss Posh". Just my size and even has facility for a few Win .243 cartridges.
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Another cute little number with a funny name.
I would be tempted if it was cheaper and a size smaller.
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Quite a nice skirt but not my style (the skirt and the name) A bit embarassing that it is made in Australia with a name like that.
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The name of this skirt should give us some hope, perhaps in 48 years time we will see a "Ninety Eight Percent Homme" skirt.
Not a bad style, with fake top pockets and probably fake button up.
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Has anyone come across a taxi driver named Joe wearing a denim mini skirt?
A different syle, if it was a size smaller and 3 sizes cheaper, I would be tempted.
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Interesting skirt Anthony, but yes, that's a tad expensive.

That's another reason why Faceplant marketplace, Fleabay, Trademe etc are where I'd be looking.
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A brand name that sounds like an engine feature.
A fun skirt for those wishing to push the envelope.
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denimini wrote:
Wed Oct 14, 2020 11:33 am
A brand name that sounds like an engine feature.
A fun skirt for those wishing to push the envelope.
I like that, and I'd wear it. Once things warm up again.
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I don't understand the description

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Looks good but too small for me by a couple of sizes. I wonder if it was made for some promotion or other.
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Sinned wrote:
Thu Nov 19, 2020 8:51 pm
Looks good but too small for me by a couple of sizes. I wonder if it was made for some promotion or other.
I couldn't work out if it was promoting top heavy fords (doesn't sound right) or was made for top heavy ladies (how would that affect a skirt?)
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I have found skirts with brand name "Aderlass" in some e-shops (for example here: https://www.nosferatu.cz/kilty/z/aderlass/ or here: https://www.mw-store.de/skirts-1?page=1; the company site id here: https://www.aderlass.com/).
"Aderlass" is a German word and it means something as "bloodletting" in English.
Maybe self-criticism of the price policy of this company? :)
Sorry for my English. I try not to make spelling mistakes, but for this reason my writing is very, very slow.
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miloshlavka wrote:
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"Aderlass" is a German word and it means something as "bloodletting" in English.
Maybe self-criticism of the price policy of this company? :)
The website name of "Nosferatu" gave a clue in that one. I'll need to file "aderlass" away for future reference...
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That basically looks similar to the men's skirts here: https://www.attitude-europe.com/men/clothing/skirts/

I actually have one of their earlier styles and it's certainly a skirt that looks like it's made for a man, but it goes a bit far in the Goth direction for my liking.
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