A new skirt

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Uncle Al
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A new skirt

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This is a new item for me :D

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Alivia Ford Women's Plus Size Denim Skirt from Walmart.com
I bit larger in the waist than anticipated but with a belt, works great :D

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Re: A new skirt

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Looks very nice Al. Wear it in good health and with a smile...

Merry Christmas!!
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Re: A new skirt

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looks great.
Nice clean lines to that skirt!

Enjoy!

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Cool beans! That skirt looks nice. Wear it well!
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Looks good and fairly invisible. A sensible length. Wear it well.
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Re: A new skirt

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Nice! My kind of skirt!
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Re: A new skirt

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Walmart.com for under $18.00 :D

I bought 2, one light and one dark finish.
The sizing is generous.
The material helps to block the cold wind :D

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That's my kind of skirt. I have two skirts very similar in length and style.
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Re: A new skirt

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Very nice denim skirt. I love them too

Today I switched from a knee length to a full length skirt because of the chill factor today.

@Moon, I bought that full length skirt at a thrift shop for $3 The blue cotton skirt is what I describe as a gypsy style with silk embellishment parts near the hem.
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I like the skirt, denim skirts are my favorite.

I'm on the lookout for a black pencil maxi one. seen some online at silly prices, just holding off till a find one on ebay. i just missed one before Christmas as was at work when bidding ended.
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Re: A new skirt

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Great looking skirt! I have a Gap Jeans straight skirt that length with a slit in the front that goes about 1/4 of the way up (a Goodwill purchase). It is fairly invisible, but very comfortable. Wear it well!
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