This is my husband.

This is his man skirt. It’s not to be confused with a man purse or mandles. It is literally a skirt for men.

Unlike a kilt or sarong, it is rarely (if ever) worn by women.

It’s called a futa and is part of the male essential wardrobe in Yemen.

He claims it’s comfortable, roomy, and one size fits all — so it can grow with him. They apparently get better with age.

I am a huge fan of the futa. Not only can we joke about who wears the pants in the family (that would be me in the futa case), but it’s dead sexy.