Bizarre skirt

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Freedomforall
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Bizarre skirt

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This is probably a spinoff of ripped jeans, etc. Whatever it is, I don't like it. It also sports a hefty price tag.

https://www.modaoperandi.com/monse-pf19 ... UiEALw_wcB

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Agreed.

I wear a lot of dresses and skirts and they often have a hefty price for very little fabric!!
This style doesn't look balanced - and its very label branded - in your face sort of a style - I'd prefer something more subdues with a regular hemline. The hemline is ok length but its just unbalanced in its current asymmetrical design.

I am a fan of denim minis and distressed denim skirts etc - but I wouldn't wear that skirt! (perhaps I would if it was a choice between denim shorts or that skirt I would probably choose the skirt to be honest - but only if forced into a corner)

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Freedomforall wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 6:40 pm
This is probably a spinoff of ripped jeans, etc. Whatever it is, I don't like it. It also sports a hefty price tag.
Hefty price tag? It's marked down from $590 to only $295, or you can pay just $26 a month.

Of course today I got three skirts, three shirts and more for $3.00. https://www.skirtcafe.org/forums/viewto ... 71#p209471
Maybe they just forgot the decimal point? I wouldn't pay $2.95 for it either.

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No way would I pay that amount for something that would drive me mad ....... spending hours at the clothes line trying to sort it out.
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ha ha
great call denimini - it does kind look all inside out and ass about face.....

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My opinion on that is not suitable for this venue.

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You could convert jeans into a skirt that looks outside-out instead of inside-out. :idea:

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It's a fashion item, no more or less bizarre than many others.
It is all a matter of taste for better or worse.
Sometimes it is worth being different just for it's own sake.
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partlyscot wrote:
Sat Jan 25, 2020 5:16 am
My opinion on that is not suitable for this venue.
Which venue would it be suitable for?
Steve,

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denimini wrote:
Sat Jan 25, 2020 4:21 am
No way would I pay that amount for something that would drive me mad ....... spending hours at the clothes line trying to sort it out.
Yea, I wonder if it's reversible??? :roll: :roll:

Not my style, even if it was at a Good will store for a few bucks.
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I do like denim skirts but this looks like some failed fashion school project
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Ain't no way in hell!
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I too like denim skirts but definitely not this one. I wonder what the creator of this skirt was smoking at the time...

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Why?......facepalm.....

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