"Unbifurcated"Male Garments?


Once upon a time, there was a little boy who grew up in East Texas. Each morning, his mother served him a big bowl of oatmeal. Then one day, many years later, he heard an interview on National Public Radio with Steven Villegas of Utilikilts in Seattle, who had established a business of making contemporary male unbifurcated garments: kilts, men's skirts, if you will. Well, our now grown-up East Texan, who had since moved to Maine, dismissed all this kilt-stuff as folly for the young and/or as too avant-garde. But all those bowls of oatmeal consumed as a youth still retained their Gaelic power and must have subtly warped his mind. A few weeks after hearing the interview, he visited the Utilikilt web site. "The rest," as they say, "is history."


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Why kilts for me? The best rationale and philosophical discussion of this subject is to be found on a web site dedicated to kilts and other unbifurcated male garments. The author articulates these points a lot better than I can.

I invite you to click here and read
Bravehearts against "trouser tyranny."

X Marks the Scott

Tom's Café

Kilted Life

International Men's Fashion Freedom Network

Some other kilt-related web sites: