And it is cute
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Wear it anywhere according to Quora.
Sure they can: we, as men have legs, hips and have human apparency so a skirt will fit us. The problem is more to dare to wear one.
If you’re a man, or a boy, and you want to wear a skirt, how do you proceed ? If you have a sister you might ask her to lend you one to try or you might steal it discretly in her closet if you don’t dare to show your curiosity for many reasons.
If you’re an adult you might decide to buy one. If so you need to go to a women’s “assigned” store to encounter one. Sorry for you but I’ve been searching a skirt in men’s fashion store and haven’ t found any. Never !!! So get courage and go !!! Many brands are waiting for you (or your money) in any commercial mall or city center. You have to try it (are you brave enough to ask the attendant to go to the fitting room ?) If you go to a store like Zara it’s worse: Men and women sections are separated and so are fitting room !!! Which one to select ??? That’s a reason I’ve never bought my skirt in Zara. I prefer going to a women’s exclusive store. The problem of the fitting room doesn’t exist because it’s “for all”.
Are you still here ?? Well now you have to wear it in public. Aren’t you afraid ? Well I advice you to first try in a crowded place like a mall or a city center on a Saturday afternoon. No one will notice you. I also advice you to perfect your good look with a masculine and elegant top like a shirt and a classical sweater and nice shoes (don’t forget that they’re quite exposed at sight and if you walk with used or dirty shoes they will be seen). You have to adopt a discrete but good looking appearance. If it’s in winter, you should wear tights to protect your legs from cold and it’s much more elegant in my opinion.
As you see, a boy “can” wear skirts but it is socially very difficult to make it just because society is organised to assign skirts to women as it used to be organised to separate “white” and “coloured” people in several countries.
As a man I decided (as well as few other men in the occidental countries) to “break the rules” and I realize it’s actually possible. I’ve never been mocked or told anything bad. I’ve never been called “Madam” and I’ve never felt so masculine wearing a skirt because bravery is needed. And bravery is known to be a typical masculine virtue