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Welcome to NationalSkirtDay.com

21 Mar

Welcome to NationalSkirtDay.com, your home for the most wonderful time of the year.  Each year, as winter comes to a close, men and women across the country rush to their calendars to check for the possibility of  PWSD (Perfect Weather for Skirt Day): High temperatures in the seventies for the first time, abundant sun, and weather greater or equal to that for every day after.  While Punxsutawney Phil wildly declares winter to be over in early February because some cameraman has turned his light on too bright, Skirt Day has successfully predicted the start of 35 of the last 36 springs (Skirt Day Massacre of ’86 being the exception of course).  Here at NationalSkirtDay.com, we hope to be your go-to source for all that is great for this fantastic time of year,  including blog posts, pictures, celebrity sightings, open bars and events in your area, reports from around the country and college campuses, t-shirts, gear, and much more, all relating to that special day when girls finally shed the confines of pants and jump into skirts and sundresses.

We’ll start things off with our first skirt picture in history, and we thought who better to inaugurate the proceedings than Jessica Alba, one of the most perfect women in the world, looking laughably hot in a skirt at work.  Unfortunately for all of us, her “work” is not sitting in our office building with us, but just standing around on a beach in high heels and work clothing.  Nonetheless, a worthy first picture as NSD approaches.  Check back soon for more.

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