Army green houndstooth skirt

Army green houndstooth print skirt


This is a stunning A-line 70’s skirt, made of a high quality, relatively thick polyester fabric with slight stretch, which elegantly follows the natural curves of the body. The houndstooth pattern is built with shades of army green, grey, and brown/orange. It is lined, and opens with a side zipper. Length is just below the knee.
The label says ‘do no wash’ but I machine washed it and there is absolutely no problem doing so, at least at 30 degrees. It is an easy care / easy iron skirt that is perfect for spring and autumn days.

Size: 2 (estimated size S)
Material: Polyester skirt and lining
Label: u.d.c (made in Japan)
Condition: Excellent
Care: Easy

Waist:  13″  –  33.5cm
Hips (can be stretched):  17″1/2  –  44.5cm
Hem:  24″  –  61cm
Length:  24″1/4  –  61.5cm

Army green houndstooth print skirt

Army green houndstooth print skirt


Army green houndstooth print skirt


6 thoughts on “Army green houndstooth skirt

    • Just been to the Mighty Mumford, and it does look great on your pages as well, Jonathan! Thank you so much for the reblog! I tried to leave a comment again but noooo :-(( For some reason WordPress is confused between my two blogs and I can’t seem to fix it :-((


      • Don’t know what to tell you, but keep trying…or use a reblog—yours or mine—to convey messages! Half my time–more or less- is spent responding to those who say SOMETHING in return. Some of their posts I can’t reblog or comment on either….no direct Word Press connection!

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      • Thank you Jonathan. It’s so frustrating! Leaving a message shouldn’t be a headache, right? I feel very grateful for all the messages I get, and I do like to comment on others’ posts, so I hope I get it straight at some point. A frustrated me…


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