seems like every few years, the kilt for men (or some other skirt for men) tries to make it in the fashion scene. You say they are actually catching on? cool... I guess...
Out here, men wear skirts all the time, only they're usually hippy-flowing-cotton things or local style sarongs or pareos. takes a lot of self-confidence to carry it off, if you ask me... I wear a pareo at the beach a lot (but only at the hippy beach or the gay beach, never at the local-boys beach... I'm not stupid)
"The beer gut cut is for guys who carry a little extra weight down in front. If you're buckle is noticeably lower in comparison to where the waistline is across your back, I can compensate by making the front of your kilt progressively shorter, thence leaving it level above the floor all the way around."
i guess i'll always be a small-towner, i haven't seen many guys in kilts. i know of one guy that used to wear one to special functions, but on him it was sort of expected. he was pretty crazy and eccentric in a cool way, if he showed up in anything but a kilt and tuxedo shirt you'd almost be disappointed
i've never seen anyone out wearing one just for the helluva it...a couple friends have gotten married in them (lucky wives!)...but ohter than that and the celtic festivals...no go. come on, men! kilts aren't so bad!
One of my best guy friends, Nick, has several dress kilts and a great kilt. He wears his kilts around school and loves it! I'm almost surprised that my conservative Christian college doesn't have some kind of rule against men in skirts. We have rules on almost everything else--the length of girls skirts, when visiting hours are, how many chapel services you can miss. Anyway, I think Nick's great kilt in particular is awesome!
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