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It makes me want to pull out my 1979 high school yearbooks & check out the girl’s chorus pics – these were our uniform skirts paired with white ruffled blouses – and laugh because we made ours for free and burned them when year was over.
Pull out the sewing machine & make the slit WAY smaller…. and potentially bring up the hem to just below the knee. Then sell it on etsy, except they’re threatening to close my shop so I might just have to hawk it out of the back of my truck with the rest of my stuff.
I think I had a skirt similar to this that I bought from the Gap over 10 years ago. The slit was not nearly as high and slutty, though. Either way, it didn’t work then, and it ain’t working now, even if you slap on a pair of brogues.
Kt, I had that skirt too in dark denim. I wore it once. There was also some kind of drawstring, full length denim, prairie skirt that i never wore. I just couldn’t make it work. I never should have tried.
break out my rad floral doc martens, pair them with thick black knee-high socks, and throw on an extra-large thrifted men’s flannel shirt. then I’ll take a rake to my dirty blonde hair, totally channeling a vintage grunge feel with a feminine twist.
LOVE it! Doesn’t look good on the model, in real life, adorable! And you can find it much cheaper with coupons elsewhere, which won’t matter to anyone here. The shoes do not go with the skirt. Bad styling choice. Just found your blog on a word search, pertaining to Jeff C Demeter shoe (also love), and it’s fabulous. Cheers!