There’s nothing inherently bad about a kilt fashioned as normal menswear. It’s just that you’re not going to buy one and wear it unless you’re the kind of guy who wants everyone to talk to him about his cargo kilt. Your creepy eyes flitting from face to face in the crowd, hoping to catch someone looking at your kilt, your practiced conversation points running on a loop through your head. “It’s a historical garment,” you say expertly, in your head, as no one talks to you. “It’s very comfortable,” you think to yourself.