On Saturday I wrote about Men in Skirts.
I have always liked kilts.
Guess who went to Scotland for holidays?
I still have a kilt in my wardrobe. In fact when Elly was young I actually made one for her. A well made kilt enhances both men and women of all ages, shapes and sizes. Dancer’s kilts use 10 oz. Tartan wool. A man’s kilt uses 13 oz, or, preferably, 16 oz. tartan, which doesn’t crush and holds the pleats well. If you think about it, a kilt is the equivalent of three layers of fabric across the back and a double layer at the front. They are very heavy, warm and comfortable to wear particularly in cooler climates.
A certain young lady let it be known on my blog the other day that she was curious to know what is under a Kilt. She came to the right person. I spent some time searching for an appropriate little video in order to complete this shy refined young lady’s education.
So just for Lottie I present:
Ok, so the real secret is:
Now you know!