WiW: Another Anthro Hacked Skirt!

I think this poor skirt had an identity crisis! The model wearing it in the catalogue had it on one way and the one in the sales page had it on another: I think the button placard that used to be there caused some problems, so luckily, the skirt was too big and in making it fit me, I removed that annoying feature! Gah! It is so comfy!

Hope it still looks interesting enough!

Blazer: Zara
Blouse: Dorothy Perkins
Belt: Joe Fresh
Skirt: Anthropologie
Pumps: Le Chateau
Earrings: Ruche
Watch: Fossil

ETA: Pic 4 and 5 - original skirt :) Anthro's Weave the Ring Skirt!

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  • ramya replied 5 years ago

    Our love for twirly skirts;)
    Me wearing one if mine too
    Lets twirl:)

  • Thistle replied 5 years ago

    Love the red jacket with the black and white. Pretty, fun, and boldly graphic.

  • Beth Ann replied 5 years ago

    Twirly skirt in a graphic, almost menswear, fabric is a fabulous juxtaposition.  Great pattern mixing, and the pumps add a simple, neutral finish with the boldness of the jacket to balance.


  • rae replied 5 years ago

    Not familiar with the skirt features, but it looks like it was supposed to be worn this way. Sign of a good hack. :)

  • cobaltblue replied 5 years ago

    I love this! Great hack.

  • harmonica replied 5 years ago

    Love your hacking skills!

  • replied 5 years ago

    Don't know what it looked like before but it's fab now.  I love this combo BTW.

  • rachylou replied 5 years ago

    Yes, no idea what you did, but it looks great, so it must be working!

  • Sara L. replied 5 years ago

    The skirt looks good to me - I can't tell what you did to it.  I love the red blazer and it fits you so well.

  • lyn* replied 5 years ago

    @ Beth Ann - one of the male med students actually, had a shirt of almost identical pattern! Tee hee :p

    RE: Hack, I added two pics of the original skirt - I essentially made it less poof and took off the button placard; one of the nurses wanted to feel my skirt so she followed me around - it was particular.

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