‘I wish I was wearing a skirt’: Why I don’t wear a skirt anymore

I wish I had worn a skirt on the train when I was younger, and it would have been a great way to break down the gender barrier in the workplace.

And I have a huge problem with that.

I’m not saying I wouldn’t have been able to go for a drink with my friends or make out with a man.

But when I got to work, I started wearing a blouse, I got a skirt and the blouse got bigger.

As a woman, I feel uncomfortable wearing a dress or skirt that I am uncomfortable with.

If I’m out in public, I don, too.

The thing is, my friends don’t mind, but they do not wear them.

I feel like the skirt is for guys.

It is my choice.

So what do I do?

I will probably keep wearing my skirt because I know it’s going to be my only option, but I’ll still be more comfortable with my hair and the way I look in a skirt than I am with a blazer, shirt and tie.

If I were wearing a wig and makeup, I wouldn, too, but that would take me out of my comfort zone.

I would rather have an outfit that fits my personality and style than the stereotypical girl who wears a suit and heels, right?

If I were to wear makeup or wig, it would make me look more masculine.

So I am sticking to my skirt and just going for the fun. 

Read more about how to stop wearing a jacket in this article.

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