But winter is approaching, and for some reason, winter is skirt season for me. I think it's the snow boots thing. Loooove snow boots, and wearing them with pants is complicated.
(me in now-deceased snowboots -- i still mourn...)
I know I am in the minority on the skirts thing. They aren't #1 in most people's closets, and when they're a bodily demand they can get even more annoying.
So I thought I'd share some non-skirty cooch-tender things to shake up our wardrobes...
This is the photo on Kandee Johnson's fashion & makeup blog that got me thinking about non-skirt things. Her post: Skirts for Girls Who Hate Skirts. Sound familiar?
I love the pink pants on the right. If you do too, search for "genie pants." I figured this out after much googling.
Or, search for "diaper pants," "harem pants," or "Aladdin pants," I learned from 1930byChrisJackson. These particular pants? Are amazing.
So super cute. Alas! These are no longer available. But the site has plenty of other styles left.
This is the pattern the boys were wearing in middle school. On similarly cut pants, come to think of it. (These were on eBay and are gone. Sorry boys traveling forward from 1992.)
Or, like Kandee is wearing in the first pic way above, there's the high-low hemline skirt. These are a little less skirty than your average skirt. They flash me back to the 90s too.
Is this a Vulvodynia Trio? Their style is definitely cooch-friendly. (It says "baggy loose urban pants" here, but the link says "baggy crotch pants" ---- hehe...)
Perhaps the most practical solution: boyfriend pants. Lora posted about these on her blog Servicing the Chassis years ago. I never bought any, but I see they're still available at The Gap.
Notice that I did all this without referencing MC Hammer!!! Who also provides a solution.
Here is a solution for the skirt lovers: Faux. Leather. Green. Skirt.