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Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by Lena, Nov 5, 2003.
I can get behind this one.. (src: lacooletchic tumblr)
Your reaction is normal but I personally don't think it would make the guy less of being a man.
I could live with that! Not with the turned up trousers though. They can keep the tshirt. And the skirt better be a hand above the knee. Too long and it just looks slouchy, as with most these past few looks.
This thread's got more life since I been in it thanks to eugenius. I like that narrow shorter one, by Dries I think. It is kind of like the aprons in recent men's seasons--could even be a construction belt.
I really enjoy wearing aprons when I do. Both for the bottom and the top part.
I want to like Rick. I really do. But this doesn't help. (tommyton tumblr)
I want to BUY Yohji. I really do. See exhibit A. (tommyton tumblr)
^ I like the terrorist attack you carried on your previous post and how you immediately remedied it with that cute guy in Yohji.
I bet that guy in Yohji can offer you friendship and a whole lot of good books to read. I bet that guy in Rick can offer you nothing more than a closet full of clothes from Atelier.
For us older TFsers. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! (stylefrizz.com)
I think very wide pant will be popular for men that looks exactly like skirt.
Haha! This guys extra-ness puts the "dear" in "endearing". (src: pagesix.com)
From Wales Bonner. Model-lovers & moderators: please strike from the record if model isn't a man. (src: vogue.co.uk)
L'Officiel Hommes Paris + March 2019
Photographer: James Robjant
Stylist: Jérôme André
Hair: Ryuta Salga
Makeup: Kentaro Kondo
Cast: Sebas Jansen, Jonatan Exss, including street cast models - Chico Leung Paton, Samuel Che Williams, Zion Conte, Taiwo Oshun, Monti Mill, Xelat Menekse
L'officiel Hommes Paris + Digital Edition
From amaninaskirt.com...which reads like "Amanina Skirt..dot-com"
PS: thanks, Benn98, for the bump.
Oddly enough, I'm starting to see more and more guys, on the younger side definitely, like, in the late-teens, early 20s, wear skirts, but they don't look fashion-forward or . It seems like they're wearing skirts more in a disrupt-the-patriarchy/screw-your-gender-roles kind of way, which is totally cool, and a modern way of approaching clothes. Very cool, IMO.
I don't remember this at all, from Rafs SS10 collection.
Hmmm, a skirt, made from a bottom half of a trench, and worn on a man. Where have I seen that before? (src: geddit2getha.wordpress.com)