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mishawakaskirt wrote:
Tue Dec 07, 2021 12:52 am
too thin to really wear out in public
it might be a good idea to wear a short chemise underneath? Great for hiding underwear that can show through - and good for smoothing fabric so that it doesn't cling to you so much. Just an idea.

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Looks practical and is vegan friendly.
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They look wearable and I like the pockets. Maybe it's just a matter of perspective but the waists look a bit narrow. Asian source?
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Sinned wrote:
Sat Jan 08, 2022 12:39 pm
Asian source?
Certainly, the large size has a 29 inch waist.
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Looks like fun with a good amount of flare. Size 12 is good for me if it has belt loops. I nearly pushed the go button until I saw it was a size 12 months ........... hmmmm I don't think that would have fitted. Some lucky baby boy might get it.
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Long ago and in a Galaxy far away, I had flared trousers of a very similar stripe.
Glad to say that I have dressed in the light since then.
May the force of the skirt be with you all!
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denimini wrote:
Mon Mar 21, 2022 2:56 am
I nearly pushed the go button until I saw it was a size 12 months ...........
LOL! I have had a similar problem when looking for shoes in size 9 (no, not THAT size 9).
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A bargain.
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Not. My first impression was that it might be a welder's skirt if it was made of thick leather but then what about the lower legs, so maybe not.
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denimini wrote:
Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:18 pm
Looks practical and is vegan friendly.
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Vegan friendly? who eats skirts?
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I dislike strap-on external pockets in all their guizes. They should ideally be hidden but I do have a little denim number with big sewn-on patch pockets in the right places, which are OK.

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Sinned wrote:
Sat Jul 16, 2022 11:23 am
Not. My first impression was that it might be a welder's skirt if it was made of thick leather but then what about the lower legs, so maybe not.
True, it does look like a welders apron.
I do welding in a mini skirt with the work usually at waist level and thus legs shielded from the arc ........ and I don't produce much spatter :)
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Vegan friendly? who eats skirts?
No animal was harmed in the manufacture of this skirt :)
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Hola Deni, found myself perusing eBay today looking for a replacement for a Faded Glory skirt I'd like to replace, not my usual site but saw this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/403755473708 and thought of you -- it has a grand belt, maybe not much else, but certainly fits the collection you've put forth here!
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Faldaguy wrote:
Mon Jul 18, 2022 1:10 am
Hola Deni, found myself perusing eBay today looking for a replacement for a Faded Glory skirt I'd like to replace, not my usual site but saw this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/403755473708 and thought of you -- it has a grand belt, maybe not much else, but certainly fits the collection you've put forth here!
Thanks, I seriously have looked at that one but already have some other 10.5" micro skirts that I don't wear often :)
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I've seen belts/cumberbunds wider than that skirt is long :lol:

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