Why do women wear skirts?
The word skirt has never been so popular.
Many women are not happy about it.
Men are more likely to wear skirts.
And women are more often seen wearing skirts, especially in the workplace.
The American Apparel Company, which owns the clothing and footwear brands Men’s Wearhouse and T-shirt brand T-shirts, has changed its corporate image, from one that glorified its male owners to one that celebrates women.
It was a change in style for a company that had been known as the “man’s wear” company.
But women are still expected to dress in traditional dress and accessories.
In a recent poll by the University of Illinois at Chicago, just 37 percent of women said they would be comfortable wearing skirts.
That is down from 57 percent in 2008.
And the trend has caught on with men, too.
A survey by the Washington Post found that about half of men polled said they had never worn a skirt in their life.
When women wear jeans and shirts, they are seen as less masculine, and it is also seen as a symbol of their femininity.
But women can wear skirts too, as long as they are not over the top.
And while there is no such thing as a dress that is a skirt, there are a few styles of clothing that are called skirts.
A skirt is a short, loose, or sleeveless dress.
It is usually made of fabric or is decorated with ornaments or flowers, usually a flower or a flowery motif.
There are a lot of variations in the type of dress women wear in the United States.
For example, women in certain parts of the country, such as New York, can wear a long, loose skirt, or they can be seen as wearing a skirt at all, even when they are out and about in the street.
But others, such in the Northeast and South, are more conservative.
They wear a short skirt, often a skirt with a flower in it, and they usually wear it at work.
An article on the Women’s Wear Daily website says that skirt styles include the “laid-back, casual, and short-sleeved” style, which is seen more in the West, the “dressy, buttoned-up, and more formal” style seen in the Midwest, and the “slim-fit” style.
The styles are not all created equal.
Some men say that they are uncomfortable wearing skirts in public because of the way they look.
They say it makes them look like women in a costume.
And they also say that it makes it difficult to get to the job and perform well at work because they feel uncomfortable wearing them.
However, in a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center in December 2015, more than half of women who have had a job in the past year said they felt comfortable wearing a high-waisted, low-cut skirt, and less than a third said they were uncomfortable with a skirt.
Sixty-two percent of the American public believes that women should wear skirts in the work place, according to a Gallup poll.
“In our society, there is a sense that the man has to be strong, so the woman has to stay at home and be quiet, and that’s something that has been devalued by the dress code,” said Barbara Gittings, who owns The Style Guide, a fashion magazine that features a guide for women.
She said that it’s important for women to be able to express themselves in a way that is different than what is seen in a male-dominated workplace.
Gitting said that many of the women she knows wear skirts at work to give their bodies more room to breathe and feel comfortable.
She said that a lot more women are doing it, but the dress codes are still there.
“It’s not about making the man look like a hero or being sexy, but showing the woman as the one who is doing the work, the one that has the authority and the confidence,” she said.
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