Thank you for having visited Dress2Kilt.eu
Hopefully, you did find something to inspire you. Even if you have just looked at a few pages, you’ll know that this site is about casual-first kilt wearing.
Hopefully, it has brought you closer to kilt wearing or to wear your kilt more frequently if you already have one.
Casual-first means new opportunities for wearing of kilts; it means a more laid-back approach to rules, but it does not mean that you shall or will sacrifice your manliness in any way. This being not a question of some accessory or not.
Not just kilts
What is said about wearing kilts does not exclude other skirted garments, however. Only, a skirt is less comprehensible to your surroundings, at least till more men dare wear them. But should you, at all times or occasionally, prefer wearing a skirt, go wear it. And if your overall approach is manly (enough), you already are or might become a great ambassador for men wanting variety, comfort, and anatomy-fitting clothes. The Braveheart way!
My Braveheart way
I'm a kilt man. But not a 100% one. I guess that I will spend 2/3 a year in traditional kilts, whether tartan or solid-coloured, and up to 10% in, above all, utility kilts, but also man skirts and some "manly" skirts. This still leaves around 25% to trousers and shorts. But that is quite another story.
For the sake of good order, let me repeat:
Whatever you wear, stand up to it. It has been your decision, your choice. Never try to excuse that you are wearing it. Never look guilty or like had you a bad conscience. It is not a crime. Show to the world that you are man enough to pull that 'skirt', whether a traditional tartan kilt, a solid-coloured kilt, a utility kilt, a skirt designed for men, a unisex skirt or one simply looking manly enough to also be worn by men. Wear it with confidence. Like a man. As a man.
See you around in that kilt or skirt!