Printed on: Apr 20, 2014
OBR Skater Skirt
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The Limited's classic Outback Red® Collection invites wanderlust and adventure. A twirly option that'll surely put a skip in your step.
- Substantial heathered ponte knit
- Invisible side zipper with hook and eye closure
- A-line skirt shape
- 18" Length
- 74% Polyester/22% Rayon/4% Spandex
- Machine wash. Tumble dry. For best results dry clean.
Cute Skirt The material and length of this skirt make this more of a casual skirt, which is exactly what I was looking for. It's a little too short for me to wear to work, but that's what all my pencil skirts are for! My only complaint is that they didn't have an xs available. I bought the small anyway but it sits a little low on my hips. December 31, 2013
Such a Cute Piece! This skirt adds so much to my wardrobe!! I can wear it so many different ways and it's just fun to wear. November 10, 2013
Cute swing skirt This skirt is adorable! The way it falls over your legs is definitely cute. Back in school, I always loved the skirts that had a bit of swing to them (I called them my "swishy skirts"# and this feels like a slightly more grown up version. The fabric is also very soft and comfortable, which is a huge plus. The only two small complaints I have #they do not change my opinion of the skirt, it's just good to note# are: 1. I'm not entirely sure where the skirt is supposed to sit on the waist. The waistband is stretchy so you can kinda adjust it wherever is best, but it would just be nice to know where it's supposed to be. 2. The issue of underwear... Unfortunately this is the problem with many skirts of this style - Most panties show through, but wearing a thong could mean accidentally showing off the shape of your butt due to the fabric getting caught between... so I am going to be going through my underwear collection soon and see what panties I can make work with this. As I said, those two little complaints aren't enough for me to change my opinion of the skirt #or even knock off a star#, but just something to keep in mind. October 23, 2013
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