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post #404 - OMG...

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second that, YIKES!

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i saw this guy working at Barney's with a skirt,
he was working it.

but i wouldn't do it.

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H and M is putting out a pleated full skirt for guys.

If you want to read something very funny check out this thread about the skirt on a guitar forum that is predominantly male and electric guitars.

http://www.thegearpage.net/board/sho...=655321&page=5

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Men is skirts-No

Men in kilts, only in the UK and then only because the law allows one in such

garb to carry a Sgian Dubh, Even then it's a big cost for the legal right to carry a small knife. Frankly I think I'd rather go unarmed.

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If a man can pull off a kilt..then he's a REAL MAN.I dated a gorgeous Scottish man who REALLY pulled one off! whew!

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Men is skirts-No

Men in kilts, only in the UK and then only because the law allows one in such

garb to carry a Sgian Dubh, Even then it's a big cost for the legal right to carry a small knife. Frankly I think I'd rather go unarmed.
Wait what?

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That's the little ceremonial knife that goes on the right side.Not the sporran which goes in front..you get it?

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^I got that part, just confused on the part where carrying a weapon is the only reason why a man should wear a kilt...

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There is a section in UK law which allows people in traditional dress to carry a fixed blade knife, otherwise one is only allowed a <=3 inch non locking pocket knife. Many American men (including me-my father and grand father) are quite attached to their pocket knives.

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Unfortunately for me (if I were to visit the UK), I'm also attached to the wearing of pants.

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Just saw a guy in a Utilikilt last night. If I were a guy, I'd buy one. The pockets unsnap to allow your stuff to be screened easily in airport xrays. it was very cool.

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Would it be silly to wear shorts under a skirt/kilt ?

Or what kind of underwear you prefer to wear?

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^As long as the shorts aren't visible, you're good, but I'd skip them. And I would think "coverage" would be a good piece of criteria for undergarments.

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After a couple of years of temptation, I finally decided to take this plunge. I found a great looking, almost full length cotton/ramie Ys skirt on sale today. It'll be about 2 weeks before the alts are done (a touch taken in at the waist), but it works. Incredibly comfortable and can be paired with most anything I normally wear.

It is comparable to this in terms of draping and length-

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