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Does it move?
posted by Colleen Shirazi
Friday, July 20, 2012
at 9:14 PM (Pacific)
Top: J.Crew Bettina cami in White Ash
Cardigan: J.Crew Jackie in Wild Mushroom
Skirt: J.Crew No. 2 pencil skirt in double-serge cotton, in Natural
Shoes: Cydwoq Category
This is the regular No. 2 pencil skirt, not the Long No. 2 pencil, acquired in a recent 'Crew price war. Hermmm...they've changed their sizing. The previous pencil skirt I'd bought from them is a size larger and fits about the same.
I like it, though it's not lined, and the sewing on the hem is kinda for crap. It's the sort where a stitch will pop, and suddenly half the hem is out. I sewed over it some myself on the edges. The back is nice, with the little pockets, and the fabric has a substantial feel and subtle, pleasant texture. It wrinkles some when you wear it, of course (natural fiber) but not unreasonably so.
The idea behind this rather light-colored ensemble is it actually got hot today—not to the point a Tom Wolfe-style get-up would be in order, but enough to bring out a sleeveless top and canvas-colored skirt.
Saw this at work the other day and got a laugh:
Labels: comedy, cydwoq, jcrew, ootd, work wardrobe
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