New Years 2015... in 10" of fresh snow.WHO?
Oh, right. Hi there. My name is Matt. I've been wearing kilts since 2007. I'm a photographer and a 4x4 adventurist. I live in Flagstaff, AZ where we average 100" of snow each year. I'm of Irish/English descent, but that part doesn't really matter; I'd be wearing the kilt regardless because it is so damn comfy!
I dunno, why not? It's a fun project that keeps me in kilts and keeps me doing fun new things. This is NOT the result of a dare, losing a bet, or any other unfortunate circumstance. I'm just doing it because I like wearing kilts.
This website is where I will post updates from my adventures in the kilts, reviews of the various kilts I am wearing, YouTube videos and other generally awesome kilt-content.
Yup. Pleated skirt made for guys. I have several. You can call it a skirt (all kilts are skirts, but not all skirts are kilts) or a kilt, but if you call it a dress, we might have a problem.
That's the plan. Of course, for work I am occasionally required to climb ladders. On those days, I generally won't wear the kilt at work, but 95% of the time I will be in the kilt all day. The other 5%, I'll be back in the kilt as soon as I'm done with the ladders.
HOW DID THIS COME ABOUT?
I have Rick to thank for that. He's the guy at Life in a Kilt, and his journey started in 2012 when he turned 50 and decided to wear the kilt for a year. That year has turned into a nearly full-time thing for him and he appears to have had fun during his year and the years since. While I'm not much for "New Years Resolutions," I do like a good project. Documenting my year in a kilt is a project that will keep me amused for the year and will help me learn a thing or two about all things kilt.
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