Skirts and dresses for men. Not really skirt skirts, but more old world type garments. 'Eastern' (Islamic) clothing in the western world.
>Here in Scotland, men wearing kilts day to day isn't that common but it's looked very highly upon.
The rest of the western world makes fun of it though. Not that I have any particular desire to wear one, but I wish it was acceptable to wear a kilt outside of Scotland.
I found some nice (real) leather pants by Calvin Klein at goodwill for $12
paid $50 to have them tailored
I love them so much
a bit of a pain when you're sitting on leather couches, but other than that go for it
i've been trying to thrift a pair for awhile and all i've found is pleather h&m pairs in the womens section
interesting that you tailored a pair cause I was thinking about tailoring an old pair I found in my attic but its waist is alittle big and the alteration to make the leg skinny and take the waist in might be too much
Yeah, I just got lucky finding those, they'd probably retail for at least $300
I'm usually a very slim 29, and these were a 32 so they're still pretty loose
but real leather needs to be, it'll break and rip if it's tight
that's the same measurements as me and the same problem with the old pair I found cause they're a 32 wow are you future me? might definitely check with my tailor to see if they can give me a good rate for the alteration the brand is gap(lol) but they're from like the 80s and they're straight legged 100% real leather too
High waisted pants like in Her and being able to tuck your t shirt in without being called a grandpa.
maybe karma loop
yes i cant wait until white people take culturally significant clothing and wear it with no knowledge or care of its history
you're probably the person who's happy that every strip mall restaurant with character in the US is now a chipotle
>white people are bad for appropriating something through cultural content as all cultures have done through human history
were you that goth kid who got mad about other people dressing goth but not listening to the "right" goth music
do you get mad about leprechauns not being depicted in the US like they are in Irish mythology?