Hopefully, you did find something to inspire you. Even if you have just looked at a few pages, you should know that this site is about casual-first kilt wearing.
Hopefully, it has brought you closer to buy yourself a kilt, or to wear your kilt more frequently if you already have one.
Casual-first means new opportunities for wearing 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. It is not about one more accessory piece or one less. What counts are not rigid rules; it is overall appearance – including aura of the wearer.
A kilt does not exclude that you also wear other skirted garments; like wearing a skirt does not mean that you cannot also wear a kilt. 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 be about to become a great ambassador for men wanting variety, comfort, and anatomy-fitting clothes. The Braveheart way!
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.