New Fall Fashion: Skirts for Men
“Put on your big boy skirt” just doesn’t have the same ring to it
Move over Pajama Boy, we have a brand new fashion trend: skirts for men.
Are skirts the next men’s fashion trend? https://t.co/fgMlOWT3HL pic.twitter.com/CkxxH97SUC
— NYPost Fashion (@NYPfashion) January 12, 2018
In an era during which rules seem meant to be broken — and more and more people are calling for gender equality — it should surprise no one that the fashion world is the head cheerleader for change. Case in point: the Fall 2018 Menswear designers presenting a variety of skirts on their runways.
A wrap skirt paired with a matching jacket showed up at the Astrid Andersen show in London, as well as a flasher-worthy trench dress at Alex Mullins, and a a flirty full skirt bounced along at Bobby Abley.
Then, Undercover presenting a plethora of pleated maxi skirts in Florence. Designer Jun Takahashi opened with five looks ranging from minimalist monochromatic to grungy, head-to-toe plaid. But the literal showstopper was the finale: a parade of topless men in white maxiskirts.
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No. Just… no.
Let those puppies breathe!
Uh-huh. Dumb teens can chow down on bags of detergent … and now I have an excuse to pour bleach in my eyes.
Every 10 or 15 years some desperate designer comes out with the cliche “men-should-wear-skirts-too” trope. It flops every time. There’s a better chance of bringing back the codpiece.
they’re called “kilts”, but, unless you are Scottish, don’t do it.
Traditional Greek military uniform – the dress version – also includes a kilt. 🙂