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It's not socially acceptable in some places (North America and Europe, mostly), but in many other places men wear skirts and dresses as naturally as pants. Yukata are still popular in Japan, dhoti and lungi are popular in south India, kilts will never go out of fashion in Scotland.
A skirt worn by a man is still generally referred to as a kilt. While this term usually applies to the Scottish skirts worn by men, it applies in general as well. ... Egyptian kilts are generally called shendjyt (or shendyt), but in most references the word is followed by kilt.Apr 4, 2014
A sulu is a type of kilt traditionally worn by men and women in Fiji. It is regarded as Fiji's national dress. It consists of a rectangle of cloth of varying length, between below-knee and ankle-length, wrapped around the hips and legs and traditionally fastened by tying at the waist.
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