These Skirts Call to All Art History Lovers

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These are a great bargain for any art lover: $65 for ant one of seven designs printed on skirts, available by Retrofolie. Perfectly beautiful. See more below.

There are two Klimts, three Muchas, a van Gogh, a Millais, and a Boucher. I want all of them to go with my vast array of black t-shirts.

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These look great, especially the Muchas and Klimts, though makes me jealous as a man. One of the only downsides of being a man is the comparative lack of fashion, which is even more frustrating because real life men's fashion designers do some really fucking stupid ugly things for their designs. Most of the time, I can only find stuff I really want in nonexistent worlds (video games, anime, and scifi/fantasy tv and movies). Scifi/fantasy concept artists should replace men's fashion designers. Here is an example of superior men's fashion from fiction:

DISCLAIMER: Yes, I recognize that women get the socioeconomic short end of the stick. I am a feminist and all.