Little boy — short skirties, or Where to wear a kiltPictolic
Usually the kilt used by the Scots as outfit for a special occasion and more common to see men in kilts somewhere on the parade or the festival, mainly with bagpipes at the ready. However, practice shows that many comfortable to wear it and so, no wonder in ancient times this garment was part of the combat uniform. Some men show remarkable ingenuity in the wearing of the kilt and combined with the rest of the clothes.
The man went for a jog. Judging by his face, the kilt more comfortable than regular tights.
Photos published Suicide Squad Airsoft Team (@suicide_squad_airsoft_team) APR 10 2016 at 3:59 PM PDT
Races in the woods with a rifle for airsoft is a great reason to try on a kilt.
Photos published Lara Schick (@thewittyknittress) APR 9 2016 at 7:48 PDT
Darth Vader with bagpipes on a unicycle also likes to wear short.
A photo posted by Raven Shutley (@youareraven) APR 9 2016 at 5:01 PDT
The bride's dress, so why isn't the groom to ride in a skirt?
The kilt can be on the ski slope to cut.
Photos published youreanembarrassment (@youreanembarrassment) APR 9 2016 at 4:32 PDT
And bath at the cottage to build.
Photo published by Jonathan Zajdman (@jonathanzajdman) APR 8 2016 9:42 PDT
By the way, you can add fashionable leggings.
Photos published Viaura Centeno (@viaura_centeno) APR 7 2016 9:41 PDT
You can wear a kilt to the gym on days when you train the muscles of the legs.
Photo published by Tomas Zahalka (@tomaszah) APR 7 2016 at 3:36 PDT
Barefoot marathon runner in a kilt just must come first!
Photo published @themontskel Sep 27 2015 at 7:26 am PDT
Some believe the kilt so an independent item of clothing, that shirt is not needed.
The hammer throw is a very good lesson for the strong guys in a kilt.
And most importantly — the kilt can be worn in both summer and winter.
In General, men's skirts — it's just fire!
But be careful with the wind.
Photo published by Olga Klimenko (@ku4eroon) Jan 27 2015 at 7:22 am PST
Don't forget to wear something warming under a kilt, at least where there is snow.