Statement of Intent

This is Old Fools outlet for kilts and other unbifurcated garments for men or women. It is not for furthering cross dressing or costuming. It is for the furthering of alternate apparel for men and sometimes will discuss bifurcated (trousers, pants, etc.) garments as well. Since women can and do wear anything they want little will be said about womens clothing. That is not to say that nothing will be said about them. If men want to dress and look like a woman that is fine with me and some do it very well. Here, however, the intent is about men that want alternate mens clothing. The Old Fool (me) is not an expert in this field but he sews, has made several kilts, modified store bought kilts and wears them. I also wear sarongs, pareu, lava lava and anything else that is comfortable and practical. Some of my kilts might be called skirts but I am comfortable with that.

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So I said to the boys "hello girls".
"We're not girls" they replied.
I said "you're dressed like girls".
They immediately pointed out that I was the one wearing a skirt. I had on a kilt.
I then asked "when was the last time you saw a female in anything but pants?"

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Old Fools Kilts: My Kilted Shadow

What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of
a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the
grassand loses itself in the sunset..
Blackfoot proverb

With wine glass in one hand and camera in the other I'm off to a sunny corner of the garden for sunset cocktails with my bride and the kittens.


  1. you have quite a collection of quilts... and that stool is certainly an original...

    A curious mind is a Treasure... and you certainly have one!

  2. I don't have any quilts but I have 7 Kilts. I plan to make another when the heat of the day sends me indoors this summer.
    Is curious a polite way of saying weird, odd, queer, different or quirky? I like it. It sounds sophisticated.