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Punkin NYC Fall A-Line skirt review
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Friday, June 25, 2010 at 8:52 PM (Pacific)

punkin nyc fall a-line skirt

I wore this today, in tribute to the beautiful autumn weather we've been having now that it's summer. :)

It's a pretty cool skirt. The design at the bottom doesn't show as much in the image, due to the dark background, but it's cut in a distinct arc...which gives it a mermaid vibe, without appearing flaky.

How did they do it? By using gorgeous material...mine is a very dark green, it's silky soft, and the double layer of fabric makes the skirt hang more heavily than a regular ol' cotton jersey skirt would. The two layers are finely finished with narrow hems. The extra lengths at the sides actually look better from the side, imo, because the effect is architectural.

Tweed waistband is nice and comfy, even when you're sitting on the rapid transit at the end of the day, at the end of the week, and your mind is yet wrapped up in finishing that last part of the last function in the last file, which would then need to be exhaustively tested, over three separate applications. Hm. It should just work, right? lol

This line is made in New York.

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